The LA Advanced Pension & 401(k) Conference is designed especially for practicing pension actuaries and TPA retirement plan professionals. It will focus on networking and education with hands-on learning about current regulatory, legislative, administrative, actuarial and consulting topics from session leaders who are industry experts. The conference is comprised of general sessions and workshops that allow participants to actively engage their peers, and which are solely focused on actuaries and/or TPAs and their unique issues. During this event you will:
- Explore cutting-edge information with customized solutions.
- Discuss difficult concepts with nationally renowned educators to create a game plan for your success, and return home reenergized with new skills and solutions you can implement immediately.
- Engage in exploratory conversations on employee benefit issues with colleagues.
January 25-26, 2018
Los Angeles/Universal City, CA
Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City
555 Universal Hollywood Drive
Universal City, Calif. 91608
$199/per single or double
January 2, 2018
Conference Committee Co-Chairs:
Angie Barclay, MSPA; Pension Benefits Unlimited, Inc.
Holly L. Scott, CPC, QKA; Liden, Nestle, Soled & Associates
Kevin J. Donovan, CPA, EA, MSPA; Pinnacle Plan Design, LLC
James C. Paul, APM; Paul Benefits Law Corp.
ASPPA Staff Liaisons:
Erin Stewart, CMP; Director of Conferences
Melissa Trout, CMP; Conference Manager
About the ASPPA College of Pension Actuaries (ACOPA)
All credentialed actuarial members of ASPPA are members of the ASPPA College of Pension Actuaries (ACOPA). ACOPA is responsible for identifying and addressing the professional development needs of the actuarial membership of ASPPA, including maintaining the actuaries-only listserve, and offering conferences focused primarily on the needs of actuarial members. ACOPA members serve as representatives on other ASPPA committees and subcommittees to enhance the actuarial content of ASPPA’s programs and to bring an actuarial perspective to ASPPA’s strategic planning. ACOPA has primary responsibility for comment letters involving actuarial issues, accomplished through appointing members of the Defined Benefit Subcommittee of ASPPA’s Government Affairs Committee, and preparing formal comments, position papers or other relevant pronouncements that involve regulating authorities outside of Treasury, IRS, DOL, PBGC or SEC (such as FASB).