Designed by investors, for investors, this event will provide you with invaluable insight into the best strategies for managing your assets and liabilities.
Topics at a Glance:
The U.S. Retirement Crisis and De-Risking: An Attempt to Eliminate or Save DB Plans?
The Economic Pros and Cons of De-Risking Pensions
De-Risking Options and Considerations for Plan Sponsors
A Path to the End Game—Re-examining your Current and End Game Strategies
Examining the Use of Glide Paths
Benchmarking and Monitoring Your De-Risking Plan
Regulatory and Legal Developments and Considerations for Plans Considering De-Risking
Plan Sponsor Panel: Where Are They Now?
Two-Part Session on Risk Transference Strategies: Annuitization and Offering Lump Sum Distributions
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