With changes looming on the horizon in D.C., you can expect benefits issues to be at the forefront of the national dialogue.
Some of the biggest potential changes could have significant implications for the benefits community. From post-Dobbs litigation to the current banking crisis and impending debt ceiling discussions, it is crucial for you to stay informed on how this could impact your plans and participants.
Join us at the Washington Legislative Update to stay educated on the issues that matter most. Connect with your peers as you get the latest information and develop plans to address the challenges you face.
With the midterms behind us and a new Congress seated, this session will provide insights on the current political environment and the prospects for legislative activity with a divided government. The session will look at where we have been, where we are now and where we might be going as we head into the highly anticipated 2024 presidential election.
The 2022 election changed the makeup of Congress and the dynamics of what is happening inside the beltway. This panel discussion will focus on how the change might impact employee benefits and will consider:
This session will address the legislative and regulatory issues of unique interest to those who work with multiemployer plans. Join your peers to hear the latest issues that impact your sector and discuss matters of common interest, including special financial assistance, withdrawal liability regulations, paid sick leave and other late-breaking matters as appropriate
This session will address the legislative and regulatory issues of unique interest to those who work with public sector plans. Join your peers to hear the latest issues that impact your sector and discuss matters of common interest, including
derisking of DB Plans, ESG investing in public plans, variable plan designs, state initiatives and other late-breaking matters as appropriate.
This session will address the legislative and regulatory issues of unique interest to those who work with single employer plans. Join your peers to hear the latest issues that impact your sector and discuss matters of common interest, including
employer PBM reporting, state single payer initiatives and other late-breaking matters as appropriate.
Lisa M. Gomez, Assistant Secretary of the Employee Benefits Security Administration at the U.S. Department of Labor has been invited to share insights on the department’s regulatory agenda, enforcement priorities and address issues of importance to the employee benefits community.
Mental health and substance abuse challenges continue to plague all ages. This session will focus on what’s happening on the legislative and regulatory front and what plan sponsors can, should and are required to do.
This panel discussion will address what is happening with ESG, including:
With a brewing showdown on the debt ceiling, it’s important to understand what might be coming down the road so you can plan for the future. This session will provide an update on current economic conditions, insights on key economic indicators, and thoughts on how government and regulators may respond to economic activity.
This session will review the new withdrawal liability regulations and how trustees may change the way they think about it. Topics include:
An array of benefits legislation has been enacted since the Dobbs decision came down last summer. This session will cover
Benefits and labor law often intersect. This session will look at activity in the employment and labor law area, focusing on:
This session will give you a better perspective on how to address the unique needs of those in your covered population who are members of the LGBTQ community. Topics include:
The Washington Legislative Update provided alternative views of issues in my industry. I really enjoyed it.
Eduardo Vargas Sr.
Vice PresidentAon Hewitt
The content of this program is designed for trustees, administrators and plan professionals in the following areas:
Speakers for the 2020 conference will be announced shortly. Please check back soon.
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