WP&BC San Francisco Chapter Meeting: The Impact of the Recent Elections/Legislative Update

  • February 07, 2013
  • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
  • The Palace Hotel, San Francisco, CA

Registration

  • Chapter Sponsor Passes must be obtained ahead of time to use this registration type. Please check with your Chapter Sponsor representative.
  • Only applicable to individual members who have renewed there membership before Aug 10, 2012. You can use your guest passes for this meeting.
  • This registration is only for paid registrants that have a unique code that allows you to bring one non-member guest to this event.
WP&BC San Francisco Chapter Meeting

 

The Impact of the Recent Elections and Legislative Updates on Employee Benefit, Health and Retirement Plans: A Professional’s Perspective

 Where:    
The Palace Hotel
2 New Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 
 Time:    
4:00 - 4:30 PM Registration
4:30 - 6:00 PM Program
6:00 - 7:00 PM Social Hour



Program Notes:

Political changes resulting from November’s elections will continue to have a major effect on health, welfare and retirement plans. The impact of these changes will affect public policy, business decisions made by plan sponsors and the individuals who participate in these programs in both the short and long term. Plan Sponsors need to understand the immediate impact of the current political climate and also need to project the long-term impacts on their various benefit plans.

Please join us on February 7 for a discussion about how the legislative landscape may impact on your employer sponsored plans. Julie Burbank from Trucker Huss will focus on health and welfare issues, including a discussion of health care reform. Bob Holcomb from JP Morgan will discuss retirement plans and the current policy climate.

This is an important program for all benefits professionals. Health Care Reform is real, it is going to occur and you need to prepare for this specific event. How are the ongoing political decisions on issues such as the debt ceiling limit and possible spending cuts going to impact your retirement plan benefits? Retirement Reform is going to occur, and our speakers will share what they see as potential changes for these programs and their thoughts for how you can position your employer sponsored plans. These topics and more will be discussed during our sessions.

We look forward to seeing you on February 7th for this important program.

Moderator: Karen Casillas, CAPTRUST Our speakers: Julie Burbank is a Director at the law firm of Trucker Huss, APC. Ms. Burbank practices in all areas of employee benefits and ERISA compliance. She focuses her practice on health & welfare plans, Section 125 cafeteria plans, short-term and long-term disability plans (including California Voluntary Disability Plans), 401(k) plans and qualified retirement plans. She also represents clients in IRS and DOL investigations. Since 2010, she has been helping employers understand their obligations under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and has made numerous presentations on health care reform. Ms. Burbank was named by Corporate Counsel Magazine as one of “The Best Lawyers in America” in employee benefits law for the past six consecutive years. Robert Holcomb is Executive Director of Legislative and Regulatory Affairs for J.P. Morgan Retirement Plan Services. In this role, Mr. Holcomb oversees retirement policy efforts on behalf of J.P. Morgan Asset Management. In addition, he interprets pension-related legislation and regulations, consults with clients and internal partners on legislative and regulatory issues, and represents J.P. Morgan in advocacy groups. He currently serves on the executive board of the American Benefits Council (ABC) and works with other industry advocacy groups Prior to joining J.P. Morgan in 1991, Mr. Holcomb was employee benefit counsel for a national bank. A frequent speaker at industry conferences, Mr. Holcomb has been in the retirement business for more than 25 years serving in client management, operations, technical consulting and sales support roles. He is a graduate of the University of Kansas School of Law
 Social Hour: Plan to stay for the social hour immediately following the program - discuss issues raised during the program, catch up with old friends and make some new ones.


FREE PASSES - Chapter Sponsors may use their free member tickets and guest passes for this meeting. Advance registration is required - email names to info@wpbcsf.org.

REGISTER EARLY to secure your place. The cost is $45 for WP&BC Members, $85 for Non-members, if you register in advance. At the door, the cost is $55 for WP&BC members, $95 for Non-members (space permitting!). No refunds after February 5th, but substitutions are permitted at any time.

CONTINUING EDUCATION - CEUs are available for ASPPA, HRCI, CPAs, Actuaries, Attorneys, and others. The WP&BC San Francisco Chapter is a State Bar of California approved provider.

Easy ways to register: WEBSITE - your credit card number is secure (and you can follow with a check) when you register on-line.

Note: for your security we do not maintain credit card information in the office. To pay by credit card, you must register via the website. Confirmation receipts are generated immediately. NOTE: credit card charges will appear on your statement as "Governing Board," the WPBC Governing Board of Presidents.

Questions? Contact our office at (415) 561-6274 or email info@wpbcsf.org.


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