National Conference on Public Employee Retirement Systems

The Voice for Public Pensions

FALL Education


2021 PowerPoints

Monday, September 27
FINANCIAL: The Next 5 Years: What Public Pensions Can Expect
ACTUARIAL: Expected Returns and Asset Allocation: Chicken vs Egg or Cart vs Horse?
FINANCIAL: The Investment Case for Chinese Equities
ACTUARIAL: Pension Obligation Bonds…Is Now the Time?  
LEGISLATIVE OR LEGAL: Benefit Design Basics and Legislative Trends
GENERAL: Proactive Cyber Security Risk Mitigation Strategies
GENERAL: Better Bang for the Buck: How Interest Rates and Age at Hire Impact the Economic Efficiency of DB and DC plans
Tuesday, September 28
FINANCIAL: Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Incorporation in Retirement Plans
ACTUARIAL: Sound Funding Practices: Avoiding the Pitfalls and Navigating the Quick-Fixes
FINANCIAL: Value Based Investing in Today’s Real Estate Markets and Essential Housing for our Middle Class: Opportunities for  Institutional Investors
ACTUARIAL: Pandemic and Retirement Plans
GENERAL: Best Practices: Creating Change through Education
GENERAL: Alternative Insight: Hedge Fund and Private Equity Fees and Transparency

By attending the FALL Conference, you can earn up to 12 continuing education hours towards your Accredited Fiduciary (AF) recertification and/or state mandated continuing education requirements.



This conference offers premium education delivered to you in tracks that focus on key topics effecting the pension industry: Finance, Actuarial Science, Legislative and Legal. These sessions will enhance your knowledge and provide you with the skills you need to better serve your fund or union and move foward in your professional development.
Exhibit Hall 
Check out our exhibitors and learn more about the service providers that support our industry and your pension plan.
Connect, share ideas and best practices with your colleagues and or clients at the conference. 

NCPERS is recognized as a learning provider and is an accredited sponsor of continuing education in several states.