Retirement Committee members were the focus of the recent TPSU Virtual Town Hall Meeting last Friday. As the result, Industry professionals Bob Carroll, MassMutual, David T. Griffin, C(k)P®, Atlanta Retirement Partners and Stephanie Brazil, TNG Retail Services, discussed the challenges currently impacting qualified retirement plans.
In addition, retirement committee members who oversee their own company plan and elements of the recently passed CARES Act. However, 403b and 401k retirement committee members are facing challenges around leakage of plan assets, furloughing or laying-off highly qualified employees. Also included, how to stay engaged with a distributed workforce now works remotely. In addition, Retirement Committee members who attended The TPSU VTHM were eligible to receive 1 hour of CE from SHRM. Similarly, there is an opportunity for 3 additional hours! The program was led by Moderator Tom Foster, Director of the TRAU Speaker’s Bureau.
The TPSU VTH Meeting panelists reviewed the new responsibilities of Retirement Committee members are needing to address during the current economic crisis. The panel of experts provided updates last Friday, April 24 at 1:00 pm EST. This one-hour TPSU Virtual Town Hall Meeting continued the trend of keeping Committee members updated on the existing best practices, the CARES Act and the SECURE Act. In conclusion, the TPSU Virtual Town Hall Meetings are connecting with an average weekly audience of over 350 plan fiduciaries, Human Resource executives, CFOs and Controllers.
Next TPSU Virtual Town Hall
Click here to Register for the next TPSU Virtual Town Hall Meeting is scheduled for Friday at May 1, 2020 at 1:00 pm EDT. Tom Foster of The Retirement Advisor University (TRAU), will serve as the Moderator of the next Virtual Town Hall Meeting.
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