Registration Now Open for NCPERS 2023 Chief Officers Summit
The Chief Officers Summit is designed to prepare pension CEOs and CIOs to drive their organizations forward in the face of constantly evolving opportunities and challenges.
Registration is now open for NCPERS 2023 Chief Officers Summit. Join public pension leaders in Denver on June 19-21 to network, participate in solutions-focused small group discussions, and gain a deeper understanding of current trends and issues impacting the public pension industry.
Created by, led by, and composed of peers, the Chief Officers Summit is designed to prepare pension CEOs and CIOs to drive their organizations forward in the face of constantly evolving opportunities and challenges. The agenda was created by an advisory faculty of c-suite pension leaders, covering vital skills such as risk management, governance, technology, and more.
Attendees will hear from public plan colleagues and industry experts over the course of two full days. The Summit is separated into parallel tracks that enable CEOs and CIOs to examine their most pressing issues. The participant-driven programs focus on the distinct challenges that mid-market plans face and provide plan executives with the unique opportunity to work collaboratively in small groups. Register now to join your peers in Denver this June. To foster open dialogues and networking, this event is exclusively open to leaders at public pension funds.
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