IFEBP Annual Employee Benefits Conference

October 14 – 17, 2018
New Orleans, LA

IFEBP provides information for trustees and administrators designed by trustees and administrators. Attendees can receive education on the critical issues impacting funds today, as well as learn from industry professionals who are paving the way in their fields, apply concepts with small group discussions and workshops, and engage with peers.

FPPTA (Florida Public Pension Trustee Association) Fall Trustee School

September 30-October 3, 2018

Bonita Springs, FL

FPPTA Trustee Schools are offered twice a year and include a Fall Trustee School as well as a Winter Trustee School. Trustee Schools run two and one-half days, and offer Certified Public Pension Trustee program sessions, as well as continuing education sessions.  Each Trustee School offers classes including lectures, continuing education workshops, panel discussions, and “break out” sessions with a focus on group discussion and participation.

NAGDCA (National Association of Government Defined Contribution Administrators) Annual Conference

September 23-26, 2018

Philadelphia, PA

The NAGDCA Annual Conference is an excellent opportunity for both NAGDCA colleagues and all defined contribution plan professionals to learn about the latest in the industry and network with peers.

NCCMP (National Coordinating Committee for Multiemployer Plans) Annual Conference

September 22-26, 2018

Hollywood, FL

The NCCMP Annual Conference brings together approximately 500 pension trustees, plan administrators and professional advisors to discuss a broad range of up to the minute legislative, regulatory and investment issues relating to solely to multiemployer plans.

MAPERS (Michigan Association of Public Employee Retirement Systems) Fall Conference

September 22-25, 2018

Acme, MI

Michigan Association of Public Employee Retirement Systems (MAPERS) was established to provide educational training and legislative updates to trustees of Public Employee Retirement Systems within the State of Michigan.

GAPPT (Georgia Association of Public Pension Trustees) Annual Conference

September 17-20, 2018

Savannah, GA

The GAPPT Ninth Annual Conference will begin with the Monday afternoon Plan Sponsor/Affiliate Member Golf Outing. On Tuesday and Wednesday, participants will attend various informative educational sessions presented by experienced professionals in the areas of fiduciary responsibility and liability, board governance, investments, and plan administration. Conference attendees will also have several opportunities to network with other Plan Trustees during the association’s evening networking events.

AndCo Conference Speaker: Dan Johnson

NCPERS Public Pension Funding Forum

September 16-18, 2018
Boston, MA

The Public Pension Funding Forum will examine the obstacles that stand in the way of closing public pension funding gap and explore new solutions to overcome such obstacles, including better risk management in economic cycles, use of new and improved debt instruments, and closing tax loopholes.
   

TEXPERS (Texas Association of Public Employees Retirement Systems) Summer Forum

August 11-14, 2018

San Antonio, TX

The Summer Educational Forum will provide a full agenda of pre-conference training, education, and networking. Session topics include: understanding new pension legislation, investing in managed futures, governance, cyber liability concerns, the gender retirement gap, federal legislative update and much more.

CCAP (County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania) Annual Conference

August 5-8, 2018

Adams County, PA

The CCAP Annual Conference is the Association’s major educational Conference and trade show for county issues and services. The Conference program is packed with dynamic speakers, interesting and timely breakout sessions and dedicated time to spend in the exhibit hall with vendors interested in business with counties.

Opal Financial Group Public Funds Summit East

July 16-18, 2018

Newport, RI

Opal Financial Group’s annual public funds conference addresses issues that are important considerations for senior public pension fund officers and trustees in the new millennium. Concerns of funding liabilities for beneficiaries in a world of declining returns yet maintaining a balance between the risk/reward paradigms may be center in the mind of many trustees and representatives of pension plans around the country. The exchange of ideas both in and out of the session halls may help in educating and identifying potential alternatives that seek to address these concerns.

AndCo Conference Speaker: Dan Johnson