Who should attend
- Benefits professionals
- Human resource generalists who deal with plan participants
- Administrative and customer service staff
- Representatives of insurance companies and third-party administrators
- Professionals in all service areas, including consulting, law and financial service
- Communication, marketing and sales professionals
- Benefit plan trustees who need to understand the technical aspects of the plans they serve
About the course
- Overview of Funding Methods
- Determining Which Funding Method is Right for Your Plan(s)
- Risk Management Strategies
- The Roles of Plan Professionals
- Setting Reserve Levels
- Stop-Loss Coverage
- Current Trends: What Other Plans are Doing
- Impact of Legislation
Benefits of Attending
- Learn from industry experts and your peers.
- Gain valuable written materials and resources.
- Discuss the strategies that plans are implementing today and considering for tomorrow.
- Connect with others who are dealing with similar issues.
- Demonstrate your knowledge through interactive exercises and case studies.
A trusted business advisor and actuary specializing in employer-based health and welfare (H&W) benefits as well as the basics of employer-based retirement income benefits and most U.S. government-sponsored social insurance programs. A proven ability to identify areas of exposure and opportuni...
Work Assistant Vice President, Actuary @ Aon Hewitt Senior Consultant, Health & Productivity @ Buck Consultants Manager, Human Capital @ EY Education 2003 2006 Bachelor of Science (BS) in Financial Mathematics @ Texas A&M University Skills Actuarial Consulting, Underwriting, Actuaries...
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Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.