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Make the Most of Your Time With a Pre-Conference Session!
Extend the Value of Your Educational Experience!
Arrive early and deepen your expertise with one of two comprehensive sessions. Enhance your conference experience by digging deep into one of these complex benefits topics, taught by industry experts.
Tuesday, June 14
Self-Funding Workshop: Basic Concepts Through Advanced Strategies
Tuesday, June 14, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Dean M. Hoffman, Dean M. Hoffman, LLC
This information-filled four-hour session begins with the basics of self-funding your health and welfare plan and progresses to more advanced concepts. The speaker breaks down this funding arrangement into easy-to-understand segments and explains the “plug and play” approach to stop loss protection, claims administration, disease management, pharmacy plans, data analytics and provider networks. The emerging use of group captives will be discussed along with level-funded arrangements. Gain insight into the variations of stop loss contracts, including recent hybrid contracts, and how they impact the employer’s risk tolerance and financial goals. Real-life case studies will be considered, allowing participants to walk away from this session well-grounded in the concept of self-funding.
The fee for this session is $395.
Tuesday, June 14
Fiduciary Obligations Under ERISA
Tuesday, June 14, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Thomas B. Bastin, J.D., NFP
Michael E. Falcone, NFP
Christian D. Hancey, J.D., Nixon Peabody LLP
This intensive, six-hour tutorial provides a comprehensive look at the fiduciary duties and obligations of retirement plan sponsors. A team of highly respected ERISA experts covers issues ranging from the basic rules and regulations governing fiduciary responsibility to a more advanced look at contemporary and unfolding issues. Among the topics explored are Fiduciary Committee formation and governance, investment and fiduciary consulting models, selecting non-financial service providers, investing plan assets, using plan assets to pay expenses and current fiduciary litigation.
The fee for this session is $495 and includes lunch.