New York, NY, March 18, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- This April, Opal Financial Group will bring to Jacksonville, Florida, the Annual Police, Fire & Public Pensions Forum.
The Police, Fire & Public Pensions Forum, in its fourth year, will bring together the country's leading police, fire and public pension professionals to address the issues that are most critical to the investment success of pension funds today and in the future.
In today's turbulent financial environment, the need has never been greater for officers and trustees of pension funds to stay abreast of the constant changes and anticipated trends. Attendees at this year’s event will have ample opportunities to meet and network with board members and trustees from pension funds all across the U.S as well as some of the nation's leading consultants and money managers.
“With 70% of attendees representing pension funds from around the country, I encourage, not only trustees and board members to attend this event, but also fund managers,” said Jamie Lane, the producer who is organizing this event for Opal Financial Group. “It is a great opportunity to discuss today’s critical issues with your peers in an environment conducive to networking, while highly educational.”
Some topics of discussion include:
Strategic Overview of the Markets & National Issues facing pension fund trustees
Investing in the Credit Market: How Pension plans are adapting
Alternative Investments: Educating your board
Legal Issues facing Public Pensions
The Role of the Consultant
The DB/DC debate --still affecting pension plans?
The event will be held at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront in Jacksonville, Florida on April 15-16, 2011.
For further information on the Police, Fire & Public Pensions Forum please go to: http://www.opalgroup.net/trk/pfpppr1101.
To register: https://www.opalgroup.net/forms/register/register.php
About Opal Financial Group:
Opal Financial Group coordinates leading institutional investment conferences throughout North America and Europe. These events are designed for High-Net-Worth Individuals and executives in Corporate Pension Funds, Endowments, Public Funds, Family Offices, Foundations, Taft-Hartley Funds, Financial Planning Firms, 401 (k) Plans, Investment Consultancies, Hedge Funds, Investment Banks, Brokerage Firms, Law Firms and Accounting Firms.
Please contact David Gleyzer, 212-532-9898 x221 for additional information.
10 E 38th Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10016
Tel: +1 (212) 532-9898 x 221