09/13/2017 - 11:30 AM – 12:45 PM CT
Credits: CPD 1.50
Speakers discuss trends in employer-provided health and welfare benefits as well as retirement benefits; the prevalence in different types of retirement income vehicles anticipated for the future; and the future of tax preferred healthcare vehicles, including HSAs, HRAs and FSAs. Speakers share thoughts on how new marketplace availability may affect potential employer-provided healthcare benefits, and sustainability of quality healthcare benefits given adverse selection issues toward higher level medal plans and elimination of federal subsidies.
1. Michael I. Helmer - Segal Consulting
2. Roselyn R. Feinsod - Aon Hewitt
3. Leon F. Joyner - Segal Consulting
4. David Michael Jones - Willis Towers Watson
09/27/2017 - 11:30 AM – 12:45 PM CT
Credits: EA Core 1.50, CPD 1.50
Actuaries who practice in the United States and are members of one of the five U.S.-based actuarial organizations are subject to the Code of Professional Conduct. The Code of Professional Conduct sets forth what it means for an actuary to act as a professional. It identifies the responsibilities that actuaries have to the public, to their clients and employers, and to the actuarial profession.
The purpose of the Code of Professional Conduct is to require Actuaries to adhere to the high standards of conduct, practice, and qualifications of the actuarial profession, thereby supporting the actuarial profession in fulfilling its responsibility to the public. An Actuary must be familiar with, and keep current with the Code of Professional Conduct. An Actuary who questions how to apply our Code can obtain guidance. An Actuary who commits a violation of the provisions of the Code of Professional Conduct may be subject to counseling and discipline procedures.
The presenters at this session will provide a timely and important “refresher” on the Code of Professional Conduct. Come to this session so you don’t end up on Law and Order - Special Actuaries Unit.
1. Lance J. Weiss - Gabriel Roeder Smith & Company
2. Kenneth A. Kent - Cheiron, Inc.
3. Carol R. Sears - Actuarial Consulting Group Inc.
4. David L. Driscoll - Conduent Human Resource Services