ASPPA's Annual National Conference Topics Detailed
ARLINGTON, VA, October 5, 2018 -- Retirement plan professionals will soon be gathering in our nation's capital to learn and connect with peers and experts at ASPPA's 2018 Annual National Conference.
The American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries (ASPPA) Annual National Conference has for decades sponsored the nation's premier gathering of retirement plan professionals. More than a thousand of these professionals will gather again this year from October 21-24 in National Harbor, Maryland at "ASPPA Annual" to refresh and replenish their knowledge with advice from industry experts and peers on issues, trends, and solutions regarding the broad array of challenges and opportunities regarding 401k and 403b plans, health savings accounts, and non-qualified plans.
"Our annual conference is an unbeatable networking and educational opportunity for retirement plan professionals to come together for the most up-to-date and relevant technical content in retirement plan administration," said Natalie R. E. Wyatt, QKA, QPFC, Vice President at Innovest, and co-chair of this year's conference.
Conference attendees will gain insights on the impact of recent legal and regulatory developments in Washington, have an opportunity to interact with an array of the nation's retirement industry thought leaders, gain valuable continuing education credit, as well as a chance to "Ask the Experts."
Other topics include:
For a full list of all 87 workshops, view the agenda here. Information on registration is available on ASPPA's website. A discounted price is available for those who register before the start of the conference. Attendees can earn up to 25 ASPPA CE credits, with three ethics credits available.
ASPPA, and its four sister organizations -- ACOPA, NAPA, NTSA and PSCA -- comprise the American Retirement Association, the premier national organization for retirement plan professionals in the industry. Based in the Washington, D.C. area, ASPPA is a non-profit professional organization established to educate all types of retirement plan professionals, and to preserve and enhance the employer-based retirement plan system as part of the development of a cohesive and coherent national retirement income policy. For more information, visit asppa.org.
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