MIDDLETOWN, Ohio, May 3, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The International Association of Registered Financial Consultants (IARFC®) has released the Spring issue of the Register, a national industry member benefit publication online at http://www.iarfc.org. May's issue explores the ideas of niche markets and how consultants can find and service clients/prospects in a specific field of concentration.
Speaking to the theme of Niche Markets is a fun and inspiring interview with Ronnie Kaymore, RFC® of Kaymore Sports Risk Management who has found his calling to serve professional athletes. His approach is focused on preserving the sudden wealth of young players who find themselves unable to handle complex financial planning.
This issue brings an exciting recap of Association Awards by presenting the recipients of the Dunton Lifetime Achievement, Founder's, Members, Editor's Choice, and Ambassador Awards. These deserving individuals carry the Mission of the IARFC in their hearts as they go about their daily business in the Financial Services Industry.
Major news is the results of the IARFC National Financial Plan Competition. Since last September, the universities and professors have encouraged teams in their financial services curriculum to compete by crafting a financial plan from a fictional case study. This Competition showcases upcoming professionals and their dedication to the industry.
Additional contributed articles include:
- Does the Niche Market Lead to Organic Growth – Monroe "Roey" Diefendorf, Jr., RFC®
- So Many Niches, So Little Time – Bryce Sanders
- Leveraging Marketing for Practice Success – Laura Stover, RFC®
- The Never Discussed Niche Market Shared Attitudes and Beliefs – David H. Kinder, RFC®
- Behavioral Finance – Brian Pultro, RFC®
- Finding Your Niche…by accident – Jamie Bosse, RFC®
- What is the Best Niche Market for IARFC Members – Jeremy Nason, RFC®
Internationally, the Register features an interview with Andre Obierez, RFC® regarding the Philippines Tuesday Podcasts and a Proclamation to IARFCPH for their Chapter reorganization efforts. Hong Kong and Macau cover their recent graduation/conferment ceremonies and share a photo followup on their recent financial consulting executive programs. Lastly, Malaysia gives a COVID update and discusses the financial climate in their Chapter.
To access the Spring Register, visit the IARFC website. Those who are interested in writing for subsequent issues can download the 2021 Editorial Calendar for editorial topics. "I encourage any writers to review the Editorial Calendar and submit an article," commented the Register editor, Susan Cappa. "All our members benefit from the experience exchange through their stories – packed full of ideas and tested methods of practice."
Questions or submissions can be forwarded to Susan Cappa at [email protected].
Susan Cappa, IARFC, 5134241589, [email protected]