Renaissance Schaumburg, Chicago, Illinois
October 15-17th, 2017

This event is co-located with

Renaissance Schaumburg, Chicago IL
October 15-17th, 2017

CPE Credit Details

1. Learning Objectives

Learning objectives and fields of study are stated via a descriptive paragraph and/or bulleted list below their respective presentation on our Educational Program page. The fields of study covered in the program include Economics, Production, Personnel/HR, Finance, Statistics, Management Adv Services, Personal Development, Specialized Knw and Apps, Business Mgmnt and Org, Marketing.

2. Instructional Delivery Methods


3. Recommended CPE Credit and Recommended Field of Study

Attendees will be able to obtain a maximum of 9 CPE Credits as your personalized schedule will allow up to 9 opportunities to attend a live presentation. Attendees have the opportunity to choose which presentations they attend via the Directory provided onsite.

4. Prerequisites

If you are approved to attend the Connect Midmarket CFO Summit then you have met the prerequisites of being at an advanced program level via our demographic requirements.

5. Advanced Preparation

No other advance preparation for CPE Credit is needed as these will be presented in Group-Live format with materials for your review during and after the summit.

6. Program level

Advanced Program Level

7. Program Description

Our compelling educational program is led by a steering committee of experienced CFOs. The steering committee provides us with their first hand insights and we build a program that reflects these experiences, challenges and opportunities.

8. Course Registration Requirements

In order to recieve CPE Credits from our 2017 Educational Program, you must register and attend the event. You may register and go through our approval process via the instructions below.


Invitation Code: CPE2017

9. Refund Policy for Courses Sold for a Fee/Cancellation Policy

Connect does not charge a fee for attending the summit and gaining CPE Credits.

Cancellation Fees
Cancellations made in writing by February 10th will incur no penalty. Cancellations after February 10th, but before 2 weeks prior to the event will be subject to a $295 charge to compensate for all the associated costs of hotel rooms, catering and meeting space that has been guaranteed in advance, plus the knock-on-effect on other attendees’ and supplier’ meeting arrangements. For cancellations made after February 24th, or if the attendee does not cancel the conference space and does not attend the event, the charge will be $495. Payment is due within 30 days after the event. Suitably qualified replacements may be sent if you are unable to attend; however the organizers must approve them before the event takes place. If any attendee does not keep to the itinerary of appointments or is there to sell their company’s products or services, the organizers reserve the right to charge such attendees the cost of the latter cancellation penalty. Attendees will have the opportunity to review and amend the appointment schedule prior to the event. Quartz Events reserves the right to make changes to the program without prior notice. If the dates change then cancellation fees will not apply.

10. Complaint Resolution Policy

For more information regarding administrative policies such as complaints, please contact Kristin Hennes at (424) 334-5143. 

11. Official NASBA Sponsor Statement

Quartz Events LLC is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: