News and Press | July 1, 2024

Segal to Sponsor ERISA 50th Anniversary Symposium and Gala

Leading benefits and HR consulting firm Segal is proud to sponsor the ERISA 50th Anniversary Symposium and Gala on Thursday, September 12, 2024, in Washington, D.C.

The Symposium will be held at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, and the Gala will be held at the National Building Museum. It will mark five decades since the landmark law’s passage.

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The ERISA 50th Anniversary Symposium is a one-day program designed to honor, reflect upon, and envision ERISA’s past, present, and future. For those unable to join in person, the Symposium will be accessible virtually. The ERISA 50th Anniversary Gala will follow.

The Host Committee organizations are AARP; The American Council of Life Insurers; American Benefits Council; AHIP; American Retirement Association; Blue Cross Blue Shield Association; Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association; The ERISA Industry Committee; Investment Company Institute; The SPARK Institute and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Currently, the other event sponsors are AARP; Accenture LLP; Accenture Federal Services; American Council of Life Insurers; American Retirement Association; Bank of America; Blue Cross Blue Shield Association; CVS Health; Davis & Harman LLP; Empower; Faegre Drinker; Fidelity Investments; Groom Law Group, Chartered; Investment Company Institute; Lincoln Financial Group; Mercer; MetLife; Miller & Chevalier Chartered; Milliman; Morningstar Retirement; NRECA | America’s Electric Cooperatives; PGIM; Principal Financial Group; Retirement Clearinghouse; SS&C Technologies, Inc.; State Street Global Advisors; T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc.; TIAA | Nuveen and Winston & Strawn LLP.

In addition to the Host Committee, the following organizations serve on the Advisory Committee, which is tasked with developing the symposium agenda: The Aspen Institute; The Bipartisan Policy Center; Pension Rights Center; Georgetown University Center for Retirement Initiatives at the McCourt School of Public Policy; The American College of Employee Benefits Counsel; Employee Benefits Research Institute and Women’s Institute for a Secure Retirement (WISER).

In addition to the Host Committee, the Academy of Actuaries and Employee Benefit Research Institute serve on the Research Committee, which is tasked with collecting and identifying research materials.

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