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NAIFA Members Protect Main Street

 

The NAIFA-FL Financial Advisors Sales Symposium featured nationally known keynote speakers, insightful educational breakout sessions, and a high-powered panel discussion by members of NAIFA’s top national leadership, including President Lawrence Holzberg, LUTCF, LACP, President-Elect Bryon Holz, CLU, ChFC, LUTCF, CASL, LACP, Secretary Tom Cothron, LUTCF, FSCP, and CEO Kevin Mayeux, CAE.

Main stage speakers included insurance industry legend and NAIFA member Joe Jordan; NAIFA member, former WIFS President, author, and speaker Susan Combs; crisis-management and leadership expert Tony Moore; Abundant Life Health Center Founder Dr. Vasco Valov; and former competitive swimmer and U.S. Olympic gold medalist Rowdy Gaines.

During the leadership panel, President Holzberg led the discussion on NAIFA’s impact on our industry, members, and communities across the country. NAIFA’s advocacy work is tackling crucial issues at the federal, state, and interstate levels – everything from financial professionals’ standard of care to agents and advisors’ status as independent contractors to potential tax reform challenges.

Holzberg, Holz, Cothron, and Mayeux discussed the importance of NAIFA members meeting with their Senators and Representatives in their home districts during the August Congressional Recess. These in-district meetings are a crucial part of NAIFA’s grassroots advocacy strategy and help members build lasting and meaningful relationships with their lawmakers.

FLA PanelNAIFA Secretary Tom Cothron, President-Elect Bryon Holz, President Lawrence Holzberg, and CEO Kevin Mayeux

Joe Jordan

Joe Jordan

Rowdy Gaines

Olympic Gold Medalist Rowdy Gaines

NAIFA-FL Members

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Joe Jordan with symposium attendees

 

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