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2020 Life & Retirement Virtual Conference

Leading Through Uncertainty

8/25/2020 EDT - 8/26/2020 EDT
Virtual Conference
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Overview

Who Attends

Professionals involved in the development, operations, marketing, distribution, technology or administration of life insurance, individual annuity and retirement income products including defined contribution and defined benefit retirement plans.

Highlights

There is no denying that we live in uncertain times. Our industry is confronting an extraordinary number of challenges coming at us at once—a global pandemic, record low interest rates, new and complicated regulations and ever-increasing consumer expectations. However, uncertain times offer us a great opportunity to lead the industry and find ways to take calculated risks to succeed – both as a business and as a service to our clients.

Achieving full certainty is not possible, but leading an industry in the face of uncertainty is critically important. This includes risk-taking and understanding the forces at work today that will shape the future – and the 2020 Life and Retirement Virtual Conference is here to dive into these topics.

This important conference covers the latest strategic, sales, product, operations, marketing, and distribution trends and regulatory issues that affect the financial services industry. LIMRA, LOMA, ACLI and the Society of Actuaries are partnering to focus on the forces shaping the future of the industry and how to become a source of leadership in times of uncertainty.

You’ll have plenty of opportunities to learn about what’s coming, formulate plans to overcome challenges, and share successes with your peers. You’ll leave refreshed with actionable takeaways to face each new uncertainty with confidence.

Registration

Early Registration Fee:

Entire Event: 
Members: $495
Non-members: $745 

One Day: 
Members: $295
Non-members: $445

After August 4, 2020:

Entire Event: 
Members: $595
Non-members: $895

One Day: 
Members: $355
Non-members: $535 

Refund and Cancellation Policy

All cancellations and refund requests must be received in writing. These requests carry a $100.00 U.S. administrative charge. Full refunds minus the administrative fee will be granted on written requests received no later than ten business days before the meeting. No refunds will be granted if the request is received within ten business days of the meeting. If for any reason a meeting is cancelled, Conference Organizers will refund the total registration fee. However, Conference Organizers will not be responsible for any travel, hotel accommodations or other costs incurred. Cancellation requests should be submitted in writing to meetings@loma.org

Group Discount

If five (5) or more individual employees from the same member company register for this meeting, each individual registrant may take advantage of a group registration discount of $50 by entering the promo code GROUP50. Individuals using this registration option must register at the full conference registration fee. Presenter registrations and individuals utilizing any other discounts do not qualify towards the required five registrant per company minimum. Please note that if a registrant's company does not ultimately meet the aforementioned eligibility criteria (e.g. there are fewer than five registrants from a company who paid the qualifying full conference fee), registrants will receive a notice of any balance due based on the difference between the regular applicable rate and the group discounted rate. 

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Agenda

All times listed are Eastern Daylight Time.

Speakers

Quincy Krosby, Ph.D.
Chief Market Strategist, Prudential Financial, Inc.
  • Tuesday, August 25, 2020

    11:10 am - 12:00 pm: GENERAL SESSION

Quincy Krosby, Ph.D.

Chief Market Strategist, Prudential Financial, Inc.

Dr. Quincy Krosby provides a perspective on the global macro-economic environment and financial markets. Previously, she was the chief investment strategist at The Hartford, and global investment strategist at Deutsche Bank asset management. Krosby also held global markets positions at Credit Suisse and Barings. Before coming to Wall Street, she was a U.S. diplomat, serving in Washington and United States embassies abroad. In addition to numerous assignments at the U.S. Department of State, Krosby served as Assistant Secretary of Commerce, and represented the United States to the International Monetary Fund.