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IARFC at 2018 SuperConference
Their “2018 Super Conference” in Chicago on Sept 26-28, brings together successful marketers, economists, financial advisors, and speakers giving LIVE and in-person tactics to run a practice.
IARFC President Speaking on Stage Panel
IARFC President Peter J. D’Arruda, RICP, MRFC will be joining a stage panel discussing the Power of Media. For a preview of this presentation, go to the IARFC Store and download the White Paperentitled the Power of Media.
IARFC Team and Board Member on Hand
IARFC Treasurer Michael J. Markey, MRFC and the IARFC Team will be there to talk to attendees about the designations offered by the Association – in particular the newly accredited by the NCCA, the Master Registered Financial Consultant (MRFC) credential.
“We look forward to connecting to the Insurance Professionals at the SuperConference,” commented IARFC Team member Wendy Kennedy. “Many of the insurance professionals already have the requirements for our designations and credentials – we just need to acquaint them with the benefits of the IARFC. The SuperConference will afford us this opportunity.”
IARFC Vice Chairman, Nicholas Royer, RFC discussing the inclusion of insurance professionals.
“For the insurance professional – holding a designation or credential emphasizes more of a total need of planning, not just selling a product or package. It elevates the motivation, education and dedication of these professionals to be part of a larger financial community…IARFC Vice Chairman, Nicholas Royer, RFC.”