The IAFP’s Seventeeth Annual Symposium
September 25th to September 28th, 2019

Join Us At The Delta Hotels Edmonton South Conference Centre
4404 Gateway Blvd NW, Edmonton, AB T6H 5C2

Here’s Everything You Need To Know

4 Days - 21 Speakers - 22 CE Credits

Take your financial planning to a higher level by attending our annual Symposium. It’s 4 days of learning from industry leaders.

This Year’s Theme: To Be Determined

September 25, 2019

Advanced Education Day

This is your chance to earn extra CE credits. It’s a day filled with Advanced Financial Planning topics - it’s like a semester’s worth of financial planning courses in one day.

$100 (plus GST)

September 26 – 28, 2019


Spend some time networking with some truly advanced financial planners, study technical subjects related to financial planning at an advanced level, and have some fun while you’re at it - our Symposium has it all.

Early Bird Rate:
$795 Members / $995 Non-members
After Jun 30, 2019:
$1,045 Members / $1,295 Non-members

September 27, 2019

Gala Evening

Join us for a night of dinner and dancing. There’s no better way to wrap up days filled with some pretty technical learning than our Gala!

$125 (plus GST)

* Non-Member registrations are subject to approval

Thank You To Our Sponsors

Sponsors will be updated as they are confirmed.

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Travel & Accommodation

Getting There

Book a flight with Westjet and receive a 10% discount using our Coupon Code D2CN63X

This discount is applied to the travel period which begins September 16 to October 5, 2019.

Book with WestJet

Room Block

We have a room block at the Delta Edmonton Hotel. It is $163 per night. Book early - the block ends Monday, August 27, 2019.

Book A Room


After a few days of learning, add a night of fine dining and music to your Symposium. Join us for our Gala on Friday, September 27, 2019 at Top of the Inn, Delta South Edmonton

6:00 pm Cocktail Reception
7:30 pm Dinner
8:30 pm Dancing

Tickets for this optional evening event are $125 plus tax.

Additional Info

Places To See in Edmonton

If you are taking an extra day or two to explore Edmonton here are a few things you can do.


If you have questions or require assistance please contact our Event Coordinator, Debbie Hartloff 1-888-298-3292 or direct 250-864-0164

Book Table

Do you have a book that you would like to promote at the Symposium? Contact our Event Coordinator, Debbie Hartloff at 1-888-298-3292 or email symposium@iafp.ca

Refund Policy

100% refund - cancellation 30 days in advance
50% refund - 15-29 days in advance
No Refund - 14 days in advance or less

Should you find that you are unable to attend the Symposium after you have registered, please contact Debbie Hartloff, our Symposium Event Coordinator by phone: 1-888-298-3292 or email symposium@iafp.ca.

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Last updated: 14 Feb 2019 11:25 PM

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