Mid-Sized Retirement & Healthcare Plan Management Conference Scheduled for Atlanta
Research Triangle Park, NC, February 20, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The second 2013 Mid-Sized Retirement & Healthcare Plan Management conference is scheduled for April 28 – May 1, 2013, at The Westin Buckhead in Atlanta, GA. This executive education conference is a single, unbiased source for human resource, benefits and finance executives looking for answers to their employer-sponsored retirement and healthcare plan management questions. The Atlanta conference offers more than 45 individual workshops, along with general session keynotes and pre-conference classes. Individuals are eligible to earn 15.25 HRCI credits when they attend the entire 3-day conference. Additional credits are available for pre-conference classes.
The keynote speakers at this conference include:
· James A. Klein of the American Benefits Council, “Employee Benefits, Tax Reform and Deficit Reduction: The Intersection of Policy and Politics”
· Scott A. Coopersmith of Transamerica Retirement Solutions, “Louder Than Words: Actions That Support Successful Retirement Outcomes”
· J. Fielding Miller of CAPTRUST Financial Advisors, “Fiduciary Leadership”
· Richard T. Allison of SWBC Investment Advisory Services, “Who’s on First? Understanding Fiduciary Responsibility”
In addition there will be two general session panel discussions, “Coming to Terms with PPACA – What’s Your Strategy?” and “Forging a New Path to Retirement Security”, both featuring panelists from major corporations who share their top-most concerns and strategies to meet these challenges.
Registrants who enroll by April 8, 2013 save $100.
2013 National sponsors of the conference include:
American Century Investments
CAPTRUST Financial Advisors
Lincoln Financial Group
MassMutual Retirement Services
Retirement Partners Group
SWBC Investment Advisory Services
Transamerica Retirement Solutions
For more information or to register, please go to http://bit.ly/11QL9M6.
About University Conference Services and UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School
For more than 20 years, University Conference Services has produced executive education conferences for human resource, benefits and finance executives from mid-sized employers in conjunction with major universities. Beginning with our Mid-Sized Retirement & Pension Plan Management Conferences® and our Health and Welfare Plan Management for Mid-Sized Employers® conferences, and now with our Mid-Sized Retirement & Healthcare Plan Management Conferences, our programs have earned a reputation for quality and educational integrity that set them apart: 99% of past attendees indicated they would recommend our programs to a colleague.
Our academic sponsor is the Kenan-Flagler Business School at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, one of the country’s most respected business schools. UNC Kenan-Flagler shares our commitment to educational excellence. This partnership enables us to provide today’s executives with experience-based professional development programs that provide immediate takeaway value. All University Conference Services conferences are presented in conjunction with the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School, one of the oldest business schools in the country. The school’s faculty members are recognized as thought leaders in a variety of disciplines and consistently advise the most successful companies in the world.
A pioneer in executive development, Kenan-Flagler remains on the cutting edge of research and practice. Financial Times has consistently rated its custom programs in the top 10 in the U.S. on value provided, program design and faculty. For over fifty years, UNC Executive Development has partnered with top tier organizations to create customized programs to answer their business challenges and open enrollment programs that combine continuing business education content with real-world work experiences.
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