As a follow-up to my January 12, 2017 announcement about retirement plan risk management education with the Professional Risk Managers’ International Association ("PRMIA"), I am delighted to announce a co-presenter for the March 2, 2017 learning event. Distinguished economist Dr. Lee Heavner will join me to talk about hedging techniques, the valuation of derivatives and structured products and the monitoring of investment-related risk as part of "Use of Derivatives in Pension Plans." Click here to read Lee Heavner’s impressive bio as a managing principal and financial expert with Analysis Group, Inc. Dr. Heavner and Dr. Mangiero have worked on multiple investment disputes and are the authors of "Economic Analysis in Fiduciary Monitoring Disputes Following the Supreme Court’s ‘Tibble’ Ruling" (Bloomberg BNA Pension & Benefits Daily, June 24, 2015).
Session Two will convene from 10:00 am EST to 11:15 am EST live this Thursday. If you cannot make it in real time, the event can be downloaded for later viewing. It is the second event of four CPE-qualified events. Speakers will examine risk management for retirement plans from both a governance and economics perspective. Topics to be discussed include the following:
- Current usage of derivatives by retirement plans for hedging purposes;
- Financially engineered investment products and governance implications;
- Fiduciary duties relating to monitoring risks and values of derivatives and structured products; and
- Suggested elements of a Risk Management Policy Statement.
Join us for this talk about an important issue – risk management for retirement plans!