Fiduciary College 2012 and NCTR Trustee Workshop
July 23, 2012 - July 25, 2012
559 Nathan Abbott Way
New for 2012, NCTR and Stanford University join forces for a full-spectrum program for fund trustees and fiduciaries. This rare educational opportunity is open to people affiliated with both entities. Tuesday sessions will be held on campus at Stanford Law School. Wednesday sessions will be held at the Stanford Park Hotel. An optional Monday Institute on Investments launches this year’s Workshop. Although developed with new trustees in mind, the Institute is open to all Workshop registrants (both NCTR members and Fiduciary College attendees).
About Stanford Law School’s Fiduciary College
Fiduciary College provides specialized training for experienced fiduciaries. Targeted to fund trustees and key staff, our program provides important insights pertaining to challenges fiduciaries can expect to face and stategies to fultillt their duties to beneficiaries.
At Fiduciary College, you will learn best practices for discharging your responsibilities prudently and effectively under the guidance of experts from academia, government, and seasoned practitioners from the institutional investor community.
The 2012 Program includes:
- Girard Miller: “The Next Level in Retirement Plan Reform”
- Reaction to Keynote and Discussion of State and Local Pension Reform Efforts, Jack Ehnes, CEO, CalSTRS
- Trends in Pension Plan Investments
- Economic Outlook by Dan Siciliano, Professor and Faculty Director, Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Center for Corporate Governance
- Fiduciary Law: Current Challenges
- Best Practices in Pension Governance
- Key Actuarial Issues
- Managing Risk
About NCTR’s Trustee Workshop
Since 2001, NCTR’s annual Trustee Workshop has served hundreds of conscientious trustees looking to better understand their role and responsibilities as public pension plan fiduciaries. This intense Workshop, designed by trustees for trustees, is an invaluable opportunity to hear from experts on best practices, governance, federal legislation, and investments; and to meet with peers to discuss challenges and successes in common. For more information about the NCTR workshop, click here.
- Arthur & Toni Rembe Rock Center for Corporate Governance
For rates and registration, please visit www.fiduciarycollege.com.