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RECORDED WEBINAR: DB/DC Update on New Regulations opens Retirement Plan Innovation

  • 31 Dec 2017
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  • RECORDED WEBINAR

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RECORDED WEBINAR: 
DB/DC Update on New Regulations opens Retirement Plan Innovation
with Kelly Coffing

Please join us for a timely webinar – DB/DC Update on New Regulations opens Retirement Plan Innovation - hosted by the Western Pension & Benefits Council Governing Board. This webinar will provide one CE Unit for ASPPA and NIPA members, ERPAs, JBEA, CPAs in CA and ORE and MCLE in CA.


Cost: $35 for members, $50 for non-members. For those who cannot attend the live webinar broadcast, a recording of the webinar will be available within one week of the live webinar date. To register to receive a link to the webinar recording, just go through the regular registration process and a link will be sent to you via e-mail as soon as it is available. Please follow the link below to register using a credit or debit card. For group registration, please contact Kristen Sanchez directly at office@westernpension.org.

This webinar is brought to you by Pinnacle Plan Design, LLC.


Learn more about Kelly Coffing below.

Kelly Coffing is a principal at Milliman, one of the largest independent consulting and actuarial firms in the world. As a consulting actuary, Kelly helps clients succeed in the complex world of retirement plan management, including providing actuarial valuations, developing benefit and funding strategies for pension plans, and transitioning to innovative plan designs. She is particularly passionate about the Milliman Sustainable Income Plan™ – come ask her about it! Kelly is a popular speaker at professional industry events, where she brings retirement plan issues to life with humor and frank explanations. Kelly has been with Milliman for almost 20 years, but before joining the company, she taught Chemistry and Physics to high school students in her home state of Idaho.



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