Attendee Registration

Based on where you’re employed, click on either the"Advisory Firm Attendee Registration" or the “Consultant/Non-Advisory Firm Registration” button to process your conference registration payment and reserve your space at the 2017 Insider's Forum, which will be held at the modern and luxurious Omni Nashville in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. The pre-conference sessions begin on Wednesday September 19 at 8AM, the main conference begins that day at 1:30PM and ends at 1:15PM on Friday, September 8, 2017 which should allow you to be home that afternoon or evening.

For attendees who work at an advisory firm the current registration fee is $875, available through March 17, 2017 (until 12:01AM CT.) If you are a consultant or are not employed by an advisory firm the registration fee is $1,000.

Inside Information subscribers receive a $150 discount from this fee (for the first registrant from the firm only; subsequent registrations are already discounted) when they register using the code that Bob provides to his Inside Information subscribers. If you're a subscriber and don't remember the code, please e-mail Bob at bob@bobveres.com. If you wish to subscribe to Inside Information and receive the $150 discount on the Insider's Forum conference registration, there is a link to subscribe on the home page of the conference website. Subscribing before registering for our conference will effectively save you 43% of the $349 annual subscription fee.

HIFON members are eligible for a $100 discount; please contact Shaun Kapusinski for your code. Clients of Advisor Websites, Kaleido Creative and The Sudden Money Institute, and Michael Kitces’ readers can receive a $75 discount off their standard registration fee. Please contact your representative or Michael for your discount code. 

Please note that discounts are not stackable - only one discount per registrant - and only apply to the first registration from a firm.

As before, in addition to your own registration, you can sign up additional members of your advisory firm at a special $595 discounted rate. This discounted rate should be automatically applied but if you have any issues, please e-mail our conference manager Lori Bennett  lori.bennett@conferencedirect.com and she will help you.

Advisory Firm Attendee Registration

Consultants/Non-Advisory Firm Registration

Written requests for refunds received or processed through our registration system by July 31, 2017 (prior to 12:01AM CT) will be refunded in full less a $100 administrative fee. Cancellations after that time will not be refunded; however, substitute registrations are welcome. Please contact Lori Bennett at lori.bennett@conferencedirect.com if you wish to register someone else in your place.

For more information regarding refund, complaint and/or program cancellation policies, please contact Lori Bennett at lori.bennett@conferencedirect.com.

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