2019 CPBI Saskatchewan Regional Conference "Today's Vision: Tomorrow's Reality"

April 9 - 11, 2019 5:00 PM to 2:00 PMRadisson Hotel, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Area of Interest: Pensions, Benefits, Investments, Networking Format: In Person

The 9th annual CPBI Saskatchewan regional conference "Today's Vision: Tomorrow's Reality" will be held on April 9, 10 & 11, 2019, at the Radisson Hotel in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

In our ever-changing world, it can be difficult to envision how the future may look. The pension and benefits industry is continuously evolving, and the design of our programs will continue to shift as we plan for tomorrow’s reality. Join us at this year’s conference, where industry experts will provide knowledge, tools and recommendations on how to create exceptional pension and benefits plans that serve our members now and in the future. Embrace the opportunity to network with other industry professionals to share visions and solutions that will enable us all to be better prepared for tomorrow’s reality.

To kick off this year’s conference, we will begin with an evening dinner event on Tuesday, April 9, 2019, with Linda Edgecombe, Changing our Culture from Overwhelmed to Resilient. The cost for the evening dinner is included in the Conference Fees. Dinner tickets are available for guests not attending the conference by clicking here.

The conference sessions include keynote presentations that will explore cultural diversity in the workplace such as Indigenous Engagement and Immigration, along with breakout sessions for pension and benefits topics.

In addition, we have the privilege of hosting the following high-profile speakers:

  • David Granirer, Counselor, Stand-up Comic, Author, and Founder of Stand Up for Mental Health

  • Darby Allen, Fort McMurray’s Fire Chief (Ret), Motivational and Crisis Leadership Speaker

   

Please click on the links below for complete details and to register!

Cancellation Policy
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS: Attending the CPBI Saskatchewan Regional Conference will give you CE credits from: The Institute of Advanced Financial Education (IAFE, formerly Advocis), Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC), Insurance Council of Saskatchewan, Insurance Council of Manitoba, and Alberta Insurance Council.