Frequently Asked Questions
Where does the Capitalize for Kids Investors Conference take place?
We’ve gone virtual! You will now be able to enjoy the 2020 Investors Conference from the comfort of your home or office.
Does the Capitalize for Kids Investors Conference qualify for CE credits?
The Capitalize for Kids Investors Conference qualifies for CE credits under the guidelines of the CFA Institute Continuing Education Program. Members in attendance can self-report and could be eligible for 8 CE credit hours under the guidelines of the CFA Institute Continuing Education Program.
How do I register for the Capitalize for Kids Investors Conference?
Registration is now open! In addition to receiving full access to the virtual conference platform and benefits in 2020, ticket purchasers will also receive a discount code for 21% off any tickets purchased for the 2021 Annual Investors Conference. Get your tickets now!
What is the estimated Tax Deductible amount to be claimed?
Corporate payments are fully tax deductible. You will receive a receipt upon completion of your registration.
Personal payments for registration are partially tax deductible and based on maximum allowable amounts under CRA (Canada Revenue) rules and guidelines. In the past approximately 80% of the ticket price is receiptable.
You will be asked during registration to indicate if you would like to receive a personal tax receipt. A receipt will be emailed in January of each year for those who request it.
What is included in my registration?
Your registration includes full access to all presentations, networking sessions and meals provided.
What is the policy on photography, recording and social media?
The taking of photographs, video recordings or audio recordings of the conference is strictly prohibited. All materials presented at the conference are the intellectual property of the Capitalize for Kids Investors Conference or the individual presenters.