More then 50 confirmed exhibitors and hundreds of brokers will attend the NIBA-UAC Queensland Underwriting Expo at Brisbane's Sebel & Citigate Hotel on 18 July.
Run in conjunction with the Underwriting Agencies Council (UAC), the main expo takes place between 9-11.45am. Brokers are not required to register to attend, and 2 CPD points are available to attendees. As well as this great networking opportunity, a lunch and further networkingsession will take place between midday-3.30pm. This lunch will incorporate the announcement of the state winnersof the NIBA Broker of the Year Award and the Warren Tickle Memorial Award. The cost for the lunch is $90 and registration is required.
If you're a Young Professional, you can also sign up for the free YP Breakfast Seminar, which takes place from between 7.30-9am. The UAC has sponsored the breakfast, at which John Iles, UAC Chairman, will speak about the place of underwriting agencies now and into the future.
The event is limited to YPs only and registration is required. 1 CPD point is allocated to attendees.
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