IFW returns to in-person wellbeing convention for Planners


The Initiative for Monetary Wellbeing (IFW) is to return to an in-person, one-day annual convention for Monetary Planners to be held in Bristol on 25 Might.

The convention follows two digital occasions in 2020 and 2021.

The in-person convention goals to teach Monetary Planners and equip them with instruments and sources to assist their purchasers obtain a extra fulfilling relationship with cash.

The convention will embrace a mixture of keynote audio system from the wellbeing area with breakout periods on office wellbeing, how Paraplanning can improve a monetary wellbeing service and sensible examples of how implementing monetary wellbeing can improve shopper relationships.

Audio system & facilitators embrace:

  • Daybreak Turner  Impartial Advisor and Non-Government with experience in Accountable Funding, Sustainable Finance and Environmental, Social and Governance dangers: Monetary Planning: New World/New You
  • Andrew Manson – Chief Advertising Officer, Aegon: Monetary Wellbeing – connecting values and investments
  • Alison Grey from Wellthy Australia: The Wellness Hyperlink: Incorporating Wellbeing into your Service Strategy – Delicate shifts in perspective can result in enhanced outcomes in life satisfaction, relationships and well being, which is what most purchasers in the end need!
  • Rohan Sivajoti – Speaker on variety within the monetary sector and founding father of NextGen Planners
  • Simonne Gnessen – Smart Monkey Monetary Teaching
  • Charlie Goodman – Worker Advantages Collective LLP: Office Wellbeing
  • Adam Owen – NextGen Planners
  • Nick Elston – Inspirational Speaker on Psychological Well being
  • Chris Budd – the IFW’s Founder & Chairman

Chris Budd, chairman of the IFW, stated “We’re so excited to lastly host this occasion face-to-face after the restrictions we’ve all endured within the final couple of years.  As a member-led organisation it’ll give us all a improbable alternative to construct on the relationships we’ve cast through the pandemic and take away some unimaginable insights from all our audio system.”

The convention is open to members and non-members and will probably be CPD-accredited. Ticket costs for members are £225 ex VAT and for non-members £250 ex VAT.

The IFW is a non-profit organisation which launched in September 2019. It’s a membership-based physique offering analysis, instruments and information centered on the expansion of economic wellbeing.







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