Top Reasons to Attend ACA’s Spring 2019 Compliance and Performance Conference

February 22, 2019 by Brigitte Nickel

ACA’s Spring 2019 Compliance and Performance Conference is Headed to Sunny Miami! 

Many of you might wonder whether attending a conference is worth the time and money given the abundance of webcasts, blogs, podcasts, etc. that are available online. The truth is, conferences and face-to-face connections are more important than ever! Not only do conferences offer opportunities to expand your professional knowledge base, they also provide you with the opportunity to improve your personal skills and build your network with industry peers.

While you might be looking at several conferences to attend in 2019, here are 10 reasons why ACA’s Spring 2019 Compliance and Performance Conference should be at the top of your list:

  1. Hear from the experts on industry hot topics
    Our panelists are handpicked from industry experts, leading attorneys, and experienced practitioners to provide attendees with the best resources available. Learn about compliance issues for emerging investment strategies, the soon-to-be released 2020 GIPS® Standards, best practices for the prevention of insider trading, and more!
  2. “Sharpen the saw”
    Just a few days away from your day-to-day work will provide an opportunity to return to the office inspired, better informed, and ultimately more productive. In addition to our three-day conference, ACA Professional Skills Academy is a half-day program designed to provide targeted training in soft skills and fundamental proficiencies that can directly impact your ability to be more successful in your career.
  3. Make it YOUR conference
    With over 40 sessions covering various topics in compliance and performance, you can flow between tracks and design a personal conference experience.
  4. Connect with peers face-to-face
    From sessions and coffee breaks to networking receptions, ACA’s Spring 2019 Compliance and Performance Conference gives you multiple opportunities to make valuable face-to-face connections with over 300 like-minded peers. These encounters will give you the chance to hear new ideas, collaborate, and gain new perspectives.
  5. Earn CLE and CPE credits
    Learn from leading professionals while you earn CPE and CLE credits. ACA will apply for credits in the states requested by attendees.
  6. Cost-effective registration
    We are sensitive to your budgetary constraints and continue to maintain low registration fees. Register now and book your accommodations through our room block to take advantage of savings and maximize your networking experience. 

    C3 clients and ACA Performance clients receive a special discount off the current registration fees.
  7. Information at your fingertips
    Lugging around a conference binder is a thing of the past – access all the presentations, your personalized agenda, speaker bios, and more from any device with our interactive mobile app.
  8. Discover innovative products and services
    The conference exhibit hall will feature solutions providers who truly understand what is happening in the industry. While you can always find new products and services online, our vendors can provide hands-on demonstrations and answer questions specific to your firm’s needs.
  9. Pay it forward
    One of the best things you can do is set aside time to share with your team the wealth of knowledge, inspiration, and connections you gained from the conference. Share what you learned now and perhaps your colleagues will reciprocate the next time they go to a conference!
  10. Have fun
    Let’s be honest – all work and no play can get old fast. We all need time to kick back, relax, and have some fun – what better place to do so than in warm and sunny Florida?

Register Now

Join us for ACA's Spring 2019 Compliance and Performance Conference happening May 8 - May 10, 2019 at the Mandarin Oriental in Miami, Florida. Register here.

About the Author

Brigitte Nickel is the Marketing Manager for ACA Performance Services, a division of ACA Compliance Group. Her primary responsibilities include overseeing the marketing strategy for the performance division and ACA's internal communications. Prior to ACA, Brigitte was the Director of Marketing at Ashland Partners & Co., LLP. Brigitte earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Community Health Education from Portland State University and an M.B.A. from Southern Oregon University.