Made In America is THE premium educational event for Taft-Hartley Trustees - packed with actionable strategies for success in managing both the investment and health & welfare sides of your fund. Yes, it's two conferences rolled up in one!
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Topics at a Glance:
Opening Panel: Asset Allocation or Risk Allocation: Which Will Help you Safely Reach 7.5%?
Risk Parity: How Are Plans Achieving a Balanced Risk Approach?
Bringing Back the Meaning of “Made in America” in a Shifting Global Economy
Asset Allocation in Fixed Income: Adjusting Your Fixed Income Allocation: Effectively Responding to the Fixed Income Risk
Alternative Investment Allocations Part I: Hedge Fund Expectations: Which Hedge Funds Out-Performed and Why?
Alternative Investment Allocations Part II: Real Estate - Safe & Steady or Firecracker: Volatility, Risk, & Liquidity Considerations
Multi-Employer Fund vs. the Health Insurance Exchange Behavioral Health 2014
Wellness Initiatives Part I: Implementing a Strong Wellness Infrastructure for Keeping Healthy People Healthy & Saving the Fund Money
Wellness Initiative Part II: Wellness – Communication - Education: What Works?
Specialty Drugs: Projections for Spiraling Costs and Long-Term Implications on Funds
Case Study: Fostering Effective Communication & Social Media
Case Study: Government Subsidies: Considerations when Pursuing a Part D Employer Group Waiver Program-Wrap (EGWP-Wrap)
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