May 12 EBRI Policy Forum to be Live-Streamed: “Is There a Future for Retirement?”
May 5, 2011
EBRI to Host 2011 Spring Policy Forum on Retirement Issues: Live Streamed Broadcast Available through IFEBP
The nonpartisan Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) will have its 68th Policy Forum in Washington, DC, on May 12, 2011, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. EST. The Forum will address, “Is There a Future for Retirement?” and feature expert panelists from a range of organizations. It will be live streamed by the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP).
No registration is required to watch. To view the live presentation, visit www.ifebp.org/ebriforum Prior to the presentation, virtual attendees are encouraged to view a sample presentation to ensure they can view the live forum.
Agenda for EBRI’s 2011 Spring Policy Forum
Thursday, May 12, 2011
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. EST
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
1330 G Street NW, Washington, DC 20005
o Dallas Salisbury, President and CEO, EBRI
o How long will Baby Boomers and Gen Xers need to work for a 50, 70, and 80 percent probability of adequate retirement income? Jack VanDerhei and Craig Copeland, EBRI
Panel 1: Can financially feasible retirement ages be kept within a generally acceptable range for a significant percentage of U.S. households?
o Lori Lucas, Executive Vice President and Defined Contribution Practice Leader, Callan Associates: Summary of the causes of inadequate retirement savings.
o Stacy Schaus, Senior Vice President Defined Contribution Practice, PIMCO: Retiring on Time in the Reality of the New Normal.
o Mathew Greenwald, President, Mathew Greenwald & Associates: The Potential for Better Asset Management in Retirement to Increase Financial Security.
o Jack VanDerhei, Research Director, EBRI: Retirement policy in the U.S.: Does it facilitate people who want to save for retirement?
Panel 2: What are the implications/consequences of a significant percentage of Gen Xers and Baby Boomers needing to work past Social Security NRA for a financially feasible retirement?
o Sandra Timmermann, Vice President and Director, Mature Market Institute, MetLife
o Anna Rappaport, Anna Rappaport Consulting: Challenges to successful later retirement: disability, individual knowledge and perceptions, and opportunities
o Sue Meisinger, Director at National Academy of Human Resources
Panel 3: Is there a future for retirement? (Short comments by a range of experts)
o Dan Rosshirt, Principal, Retirement Services Consulting, Deloitte Consulting LLP
o Deb Cohen, Chief Knowledge Development Officer, Society for Human Resource Management
o Randy DeFrehn, Executive Director, National Coordinating Committee for Multiemployer Plans
o Tracey Flaherty, Senior Vice President, Government Relations and Retirement Strategy, Natixis Global Associates
o Tom Johnson, Senior Vice President, Retirement Income Security, New York Life Insurance Company
o Charles Clark, Director, Employee Benefits Research Group, Milliman, Inc.
o Josh Cohen, Defined Contribution Practice, Russell Investments
o Laurie Nordquist, Executive Vice President, Institutional Retirement and Trust Wells Fargo
o Steve Utkus, Principal, Vanguard Center for Retirement Research
o Dallas Salisbury, EBRI
The Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) is a private, nonprofit research institute based in Washington, DC, that focuses on health, savings, retirement, and economic security issues. EBRI does not lobby and does not take policy positions.
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