Opal Financial Group and the National Association of Police Organizations proudly introduce The 26th Annual Police, Fire, EMS, and Municipal Employee Pension & Benefits Seminar scheduled for February, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Thanks to the collaborative efforts of our advisory board members, Opal, and NAPO, we have been receiving an overwhelming response to our newly updated and cutting-edge program to ensure you fulfill your fiduciary obligation to your fund. The goal of this event is to educate your members of pension and union representatives along with their providers on the latest issues surrounding the pension and benefits industry.
At the 26th Annual Seminar, we're putting the spotlight on key issues you want to know about, including reducing healthcare costs in the midst of new regulations, revising your asset allocation strategy, responding to DB versus DC plan debate, the outlook nationally and internationally on realistic projections of earnings and assumption rates, preservation of assets, and much more!
We implore you to take an active role in improving the future of your fund by registering for this enlightening and challenging seminar. You owe it to yourself and your membership.
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