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NASP Legislative Symposium 
 
The NASP annual Legislative Symposium was held on Wednesday, September 14th in Washington, D.C. The event  brought together key financial oversight representatives and decision-makers from congressional committees, federal and regulatory agencies and quasi-public private sector entities to discuss essential policy and legislative updates impacting NASP members and their firms. Speakers included:
 

  • William Clark, Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer, Federal Reserve Office of Employee Benefits
  • Agnes Dasewicz,  Director, Private Capital and Microenterprise, USAID
  • Renee Wilder Guerin, Acting Director, Office of Participant Operations and Policy, Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board
  • Timothy  Hauser, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Department of Labor
  • Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA), Ranking Member, House Financial Services Committee 
  • Former Congressman J.C. Watts 
  • Alejandra Y. Castillo, National Director, MBDA, U.S. Department of Commerce 

Topics covered:

  • Update on the PBGC Smaller Manager Pilot Program , Thrift Savings Plan and Federal Reserve System
  • DOL Fiduciary Standards Rule – Impact on Asset and Wealth Managers
  • Looking Ahead: Where and What are the Opportunities in Africa?
  • Federal Pension Funds: The Way Forward 
     

The NASP Annual Meeting for members was held after the Symposium. A presentation highlighting NASP current and future initiatives and also provided an opportunity for members to provide feedback and suggestions.  The day ended with a networking reception. Stay tuned for photos!

 

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