November 1-2, 2018 | Washington Marriott Georgetown



The Academy’s Annual Meeting and Public Policy Forum is the one event that consistently delivers in-depth presentations from recognized experts on the top public policy and professionalism issues of our times relevant to you, your work, and our profession. Sessions and speakers will provide insight on the latest developments and discussions, with an eye on how policy decisions impact actuarial practice throughout the country.
This highly focused meeting provides attendees with many opportunities to engage with policymakers, business leaders, actuaries from all practice areas, and Academy leaders. The opportunities to network and enjoy colleagues who share your dedication to making a difference through the profession’s contributions to public policy are unparalleled. You’ll leave energized and with fresh perspectives on key issues.

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Agenda Update:
Breakout sessions now available. Learn more about what is on the agenda for this year’s Annual Meeting and Public Policy Forum.

Preston Rutledge, assistant secretary of labor for the Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA), will deliver opening plenary remarks on Nov. 1. Rutledge will discuss the work of EBSA, which covers retirement security, health, and other workplace-related benefits.

Gene L. Dodaro, U.S. comptroller general and head of the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), will offer his expert perspective on current and emerging retirement security issues that warrant attention from federal policymakers, including a discussion of GAO’s retirement system report released late last year.

Patrick McPharlin, chair of the NAIC’s Technology and Innovation Task Force and director of Michigan’s Department of Insurance and Financial Services, will be a featured plenary speaker, offering his unique perspective on the NAIC’s involvement in addressing regulatory and public policy concerns associated with the evolution of Big Data. 

Just days before the midterm national elections this fall, join our Nov. 2 lunchtime plenary for insightful analysis from distinguished political analyst Charlie CookLearn more.


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