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May 2 - May 5$20.00 – $900.00
Do Not Miss Out – Time is Running Out to Register!
The Canadian Network of Asset Managers (CNAM) invites you to join us for our first Hybrid Annual Conference from Monday, May 2nd through Thursday, May 5th, 2022, in London, Ontario at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel. The theme for this year’s event is CONNECTIONS: Building an Asset Management Community.
As we transition back to in-person events, this hybrid format will provide us the opportunity to connect with industry peers from across Canada and Internationally, as well as ensure safety and accessibility for all. If attending in person, you don’t want to miss our Monday Social Event at The Factory, Welcome Reception, and Awards Gala (Virtual attendees will also have the option to attend the Awards Gala).
Click HERE for information on our schedule!
All in-person full conference registrations include attendance to social events and gala dinners. Additional tickets for social events and the gala are for attendees not registering for the full conference.**
Interested in becoming a member? Check out the “Membership
Special” ticket which includes your CNAM membership and a $70 discount on
the Conference registration!
CNAM Members save approximately $100 on Conference registrations in comparison to non-member pricing.
Important COVID-19 Related Event Information
Please check back for updates as these will be posted frequently
Changes to Registrations
At this point, registrations cannot be switched or cancelled
Requirements for Attending In-Person
All current Ontario protocols will be followed. If you are not feeling well or showing any symptoms of a cold, flu, or Ministry of Health documented COVID-19 symptoms before the event, please contact us at email@example.com to discuss the matter. We will support an alternative option. We are mask friendly!
**Please consult the current Ontario rules and regulations after reading this to ensure you are up-to-date on current processes. The Canadian Network of Asset Managers (CNAM) is not responsible for posting any or all current or updated Ontario pandemic health and safety protocols or measures. **