Advisers Big Day Out Investment Manager Roadshow

Advisers Big Day Out - Investment Roadshows

The Advisers Big Day Out (ABDO) program is an independently conducted professional development Roadshow. It is designed to give Financial Advisers and Planners an insight into some of the latest developments in the investment management field. A group of leading fund managers will share their knowledge against the backdrop of today's market and economic environment in a time-effective manner.

This is a complimentary program, with CPD points allocated for your attendance, morning tea & lunch are also provided.

To view presentations and videos from previous Advisers Big Day Out roadshows, click here.

Dates and Locations for 2017

Capital Cities (Completed)
  Perth Tuesday 14th March 2017
  Adelaide Wednesday 15th March 2017
  Melbourne Thursday 16th March 2017
  Brisbane Wednesday 22nd March 2017
  Sydney Thursday 23rd March 2017
  Gold Coast Tuesday 18th July 2017
  Toowoomba Wednesday 19th July 2017
  Sunshine Coast Thursday 20th July 2017
  Rockhampton Wednesday 26th July 2017
  Townsville Thursday 27th July 2017
  Cairns Friday 28th July 2017
New South Wales
  Port Macquarie Tuesday 8th August
  Coffs Harbour Wednesday 9th August
  Tamworth Thursday 10th August
  Orange Tuesday 15th August
  Wagga Wagga Wednesday 16th August
  Canberra Thursday 17th August
  Newcastle Tuesday 22rd August
  Terrigal Wednesday 23rd August
  Wollongong Thursday 24th August
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