NCPERS 2022 Public Safety Conference Has Record Attendance
Session topics ranged from the economic outlook to cybersecurity to regulatory issues. Read on for highlights from this year's event and sign up here to be notified about upcoming NCPERS events.
Jamie Wayman, Director of Tennessee Consolidated Retirement System (TCRS), welcomes attendees to the first session at the Public Safety Conference in Nashville. #PSC22 pic.twitter.com/mq2R5oNbJj— NCPERS (@NCPERS) October 23, 2022
NCPERS Executive Director and Counsel, Hank Kim, welcomes the 450+ Public Safety Conference attendees to Nashville. #PSC22 #publicpensions #NCPERS https://t.co/b3H2RCsxAA pic.twitter.com/TPVVz6zQt2— NCPERS (@NCPERS) October 24, 2022
Steve Hagenbuckle of TerraCap Management discusses the influences driving market volatility and the shift towards alternatives for #publicpension plans at #PSC22. https://t.co/b3H2RCrZL2 pic.twitter.com/TMrDvoxEMX— NCPERS (@NCPERS) October 24, 2022
Pete Strong and Israel Bichachi of @GRS_1938 dive into the actuarial assumptions for public safety pensions. #PSC22 https://t.co/iKE6s2VS6U pic.twitter.com/QT80bymU1I— NCPERS (@NCPERS) October 24, 2022
Ed Donnelly, Greg Petzold, and Tim Colacci discuss the path to pension reform for the Police and Firemen's Retirement System of New Jersey. "We went back and built an entirely new structure with real accountability from the ground up." #PSC22 https://t.co/b3H2RCrZL2 pic.twitter.com/xcig3JRvif— NCPERS (@NCPERS) October 24, 2022
Chet Waldman of @WolfPopperLLP provides an update on surprise healthcare bill regulatory and litigation developments, including the Hospital Price Transparency Rule and No Surprises Act. #PSC22 https://t.co/iKE6s2EP4U pic.twitter.com/g6D5A7JPUQ— NCPERS (@NCPERS) October 24, 2022
Shayan Hussain of @BlackRock at #PSC22: "The yields offered across public Fixed Income markets are close to the highest levels seen over the last eight years when compared to the underlying volatility." #publicpensions #NCPERS https://t.co/b3H2RCrZL2 pic.twitter.com/X5PWOPgOxT— NCPERS (@NCPERS) October 24, 2022
Philip Schmitt of @AndCoConsulting, Brad Heinrich of Foster & Foster, and David Lebovitz of @jpmorgan discuss actuarial assumptions unique to public safety pensions at #PSC22 https://t.co/b3H2RCsxAA pic.twitter.com/NFaJYqOxRJ— NCPERS (@NCPERS) October 24, 2022
Tony Roda of Williams and Jensen kicks off Tuesday's program at #PSC22 with an update on the latest proposals in Congress on tax, health care, and Social Security laws that would have a significant impact on public safety employees. https://t.co/b3H2RCrZL2 pic.twitter.com/rkgJ62MFT0— NCPERS (@NCPERS) October 25, 2022
Ryan Jessell of @WTWcorporate dives into reducing retiree healthcare costs and the legislative activity around expanding the current HELPS law at #PSC22. https://t.co/b3H2RCrZL2 pic.twitter.com/XyGmdpiV6x— NCPERS (@NCPERS) October 25, 2022
Lauren Ferry of @NuveenInv discusses what's driving inflation and how to prepare your portfolio for what's next. #PSC22 #publicpensions https://t.co/b3H2RCrZL2 pic.twitter.com/yxHgqfIgcP— NCPERS (@NCPERS) October 25, 2022
Learn more about pension communications best practices at NCPERS Pension Communications Summit in January: https://t.co/NpGgOx7L8A https://t.co/CZsggIjE0i— NCPERS (@NCPERS) October 26, 2022
Robert Wilson of @MissouriLAGERS wraps up #PSC22 with a presentation on strategies to effectively communicate the necessity of #publicpensions in attracting and retaining skilled workers that are vital to building & protecting our communities: https://t.co/xr2YYv1rLM pic.twitter.com/rwZkhqw2hC— NCPERS (@NCPERS) October 26, 2022
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