State-Facilitated Retirement Programs: Legal Implications an

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Virtual
State-Facilitated Retirement Programs: Legal Implications and Policy Developments 
Wednesday, May 18, 2022 | 10:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.

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Description:
A growing number of states and cities are establishing retirement savings programs for private sector employers.  These programs include mandatory auto-IRAs, including New York's new mandatory program, as well as voluntary programs, including payroll deduction IRAs, multiple employer plans, and marketplaces.   In this program, a distinguished panel will discuss the legal basis of these programs, plan options for employers that participate in state programs, employer-sponsored alternatives to consider, design of state-facilitated plans, fiduciary issues, and related developments on the federal level.  

Moderator:
Adam Sasiadek
, Senior Associate Editor, Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Practical Law, Thomson Reuters

Speakers:
Carol Buckmann, Cohen & Buckmann P.C.
Hon. Josh Gotbaum, Chair, Maryland Small Business Retirement Savings Board and former Director, PBGC.
Hon. Preston Rutledge, Former Assistant Secretary of Labor, Employee Benefits Security Administration and Founder and Principal, Rutledge Policy Group

Sponsoring Committee:
Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation, Gillian Moldowan, Chair

Co-Sponsoring Committee:
Senior Lawyers, Diane Fener & Gertrude Pfaffenbach, Co-Chairs


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