Registration

Registration Fees

Registration Type Member Prospective Member
Broker (1st attendee) $195 $564*
Additional Attendee - Broker $150 $150
Funder (1st attendee, no table) $795 $1,694*
Associate (1st attendee, no table) $795 $1,520*
Exhibitor (1st attendee + table) $795 Members Only
Additional Attendee - Funder/Associate/Exhibitor $200 $200
* includes 1 yr of membership if qualified

Additional Events
Women in Finance Luncheon $35
Opening Reception - Guest Ticket $75





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Registration Information

Meeting registration is for Brokers, Funders, and Associates. Prospective member registration requires that you must be eligible to become a member of the AACFB. The $30 application fee, as well as one year of membership fees,  will be waived upon approval. Exhibitor registration is available to AACFB Associate and Funding Source members only and includes meeting registration for one person and a table at the Expo, while table supplies last. You may purchase admission for the opening reception for guests only. Guest registrants may not visit the exhibit hall or attend educational sessions. All registrations must be received by the office no later than September 16, 2019. After this date, you must register on-site. All fees must be paid in advance. Sorry, AACFB cannot bill you. Click here if you need a printable form.

Cancellation Policy

Written notice of cancellation must be received at AACFB Headquarters no later than Thursday, September 5, 2019 in order to receive a refund, less a $50 processing fee. There will be no refunds for cancellations received after this date. All refunds will be processed after the event.

Exhibitor Information

Written notice of cancellation of an exhibitor must be received by the AACFB at Headquarters no later than Thursday, August 22, 2019, in order to receive a refund, less a $75 processing fee. There will be no refunds for cancellations received after this date. All refunds will be processed after the event. Reasonable steps will be taken to deter theft and minimize loss at AACFB trade shows; however, the exhibitors are ultimately responsible for securing all items of value before, during, and after the trade show to prevent loss.