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CPA Canada’s annual financial literacy conference is a must-attend for those who want to learn how to improve the financial health of Canadians.
CPA Canada in cooperation with CPA British Columbia.
Join us at CPA Canada’s annual Mastering Money Conference, on November 22 and 23, 2018, in Vancouver.
This year’s conference theme is Education to Action. The conference will bring together thought leaders and industry experts from across Canada to focus on the latest developments in financial education and capacity building, with a special emphasis on practical applications to improve Canadians’ financial wellbeing.
Explore the future of financial literacy, and trending topics in experiential economics, fintech and privacy as they relate to financial wellness. Participate in unique concurrent sessions on Indigenous issues and small businesses.
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Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.
Registration and Continental breakfast open
Getting the most out of your conference
(Breakfast session - optional)Learn to extend the value of any conference or event you attend by choosing to be strategic and purposeful. You’ll learn to capitalize on the human potential and use your e-tools to strengthen your social network and your learning.
The future of financial literacy
Refreshment break & trade show
What does history and past financial behaviour teach us about the future
Lunch & keynote address (1:00)
Indigenous communities: Managing poverty to prosperity and the importance of understanding the language of money
Small Business and Entrepreneurs: Scaling businesses, insights from those in the know
The future of #Fraud and its prevention
Indigenous communities: breaking down barriers (taxes, cultural differences, unique obstacles)
Small Business and Entrepreneurs: Preparing the next generation – succession planning and demystifying the process
Millennials and Baby Boomers: Shifting demographics and their uniques challenges
Day 1 reflections
Evening networking reception
Continental breakfast open
CPA Canada’s financial literacy program overview
(Breakfast session - optional)
Recap of previous day's events and topics
Financial wellness: Links between health and wealth
Marketing financial literacy
Research: evaluations and measuring outcomes
Lunch & trade show
Vulnerable populations: Meeting the basic needs of Canadians
Thought-leadership: The policymakers and role of government
#nudge theory and why they work
Vulnerable populations: Accessibility vs. Disability
Thought-leadership: The evolution of tax clinics
#workplacefinlit — The responsibility of the employer
Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown
1128 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6E 4R5
Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown1128 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6E 4R5
Hotel reservations are the responsibility of the participant. CPA has arranged for the following special conference rate.
CPA Rate: City View Guestroom (quote CPA Canada to get rate)
• Single – $189.00/night
• Double – $189.00/night
• Triple – $219.00/night
• Quad – $249.00/night
Additional taxes & fees:
• Subject to applicable state and local taxes and fees (currently 17.5%) in effect at the time of check-out.
• Subject to a $30.00 charge for each additional adult over double occupancy, to a maximum of three persons per room
• Cut-off Date: Monday, October 22, 2018
Eligible dates: November 21-November 23, 2018
Tel.: 1 800-207-4150 or 604-684-1128
Reserve online: https://book.passkey.com/e/49624266
Conference - 11 hours
Optional breakfast sessions - 2 hours
CPD credits for financial literacy events are determined by the provincial bodies. Please contact your provincial body for eligibility.
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