Assiniboine College Business Students Gain Access to Conquest Planning’s AI-Powered Technology Platform

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Peters School of Business students will “learn by doing” with Conquest’s modern application, supporting education on how to build financial plans.

Conquest Financial Planning Software

Conquest Planning Inc. (“Conquest”), a technology platform modernizing financial planning with customized and convenient advice, today announced a gift in-kind to Assiniboine College (Assiniboine) that provides Peters School of Business students with access to its financial planning application. More than half of Canadian financial advisors use Conquest’s artificial intelligence-powered advice engine to deliver personalized financial plans, and with access to the platform, Assiniboine’s students will have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with an industry-leading software solution.

Conquest’s gift will empower students in line with Assiniboine’s mission to cultivate a “learn by doing” environment. Understanding practical applications for Conquest’s technology prepares students for the workforce, providing them with the technical skills and knowledge they need to succeed in their financial career upon graduating from the Peters School of Business.

“We’re committed to providing a well-rounded educational experience that blends traditional academic pursuits with exposure to real-world scenarios that students will encounter in their professional careers,” said Terry Burgess, Dean, Peters School of Business at Assiniboine. “As such, we’re grateful for Conquest Planning’s generosity, which will give our students a deeper understanding of tools used in the financial advice industry.”

Students in Assiniboine’s Business Capstone course will be the first to use Conquest, using Conquest’s Strategic Advice Manager for a financial planning project to validate recommendations and prepare appropriate financial reports. Moving forward, students enrolled in Advanced Finance and the Financial Services specialization courses will leverage Conquest in their coursework.

Brad Joudrie, chief revenue officer at Conquest Planning, added: “Since we founded Conquest, we’ve aspired to make personalized planning accessible for all consumers. We know that fostering a brighter tomorrow begins with educating younger generations and empowering them to become agents of positive change. Our donation to Assiniboine is an investment in the future of financial advice. We are proud to equip these students with the tools that will help them create a world where personalized financial advice is universally accessible.”

In addition to Assiniboine, Conquest has provided several other colleges and universities across Canada with access to its software, including RRC Polytech (formerly Red River College) [AM1] [KC2] and University of Manitoba. For more information about Conquest’s intuitive financial planning software solution and its efforts to deliver hyper personalized advice at scale, please visit