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2019 Annual Meeting

THE FUTURE IS NOW!
HOW TRENDS IN ROBOTICS, FINANCIAL WELLNESS, SAVINGS PROGRAMS AND ATTENTION SPANS INFLUENCE PARTICIPANT EXPERIENCE OFFERINGS AND EFFECTIVENESS

November 6-7, 2019
Windsor, CT

Hosted by: Voya Financial

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CURRENT CONTEXT - MEETING OBJECTIVE - AUDIENCE - DATE / TIME / VENUE
VALUE ADD - TOPICS - AGENDA - HOTEL - REGISTER - COST

Current Context

Not only is change constant but these days, change is fast. The lines are blurring between financial and physical wellness, saving behavior is influenced by student loan debt, there is more and more competition for the deferred dollar (HSAs, 401(k)). The increasingly commonplace, everyday usage of mobile devices constantly raises the bar on participant expectations for virtual 24/7 access to information and programs. Adding to that heady brew of competing goals, objectives and priorities is the increasing number of Americans reaching retirement age each year and the focus and value of a competitive and effective participant experience becomes paramount.

In addition to the formal sessions we have scheduled, you will have time to catch up with your industry peers to connect and network. Attendees will receive a summary of ideas and model practices for their own internal company use after the meeting.

Meeting Objective

Forum for heads of retirement plan participant strategy teams to discuss current developments and emerging issues impacting retirement readiness.

  • Impact of ever-evolving technology on participant programs and participant receptiveness to those programs
  • Tricky financial situations such as student loan debt, generational approaches to saving and investment, decumulation approaches
  • Effective ways to engage participants across segments in a targeted manner (generations, diversity, technology acceptances and adoption) and through the most effective approaches
  • Enhanced financial sustainability of our firms
  • Enhanced effectiveness of the national retirement system

Informal discussions based on topics from previously hosted forums and suggested topics from the registration process are included. Meeting participants can expect to come away with a better understanding of

  • Strategies to drive participant outcomes through the marriage of technology and human counseling
  • The future state of HSAs and retirement accounts
  • The role of technology in participant strategy today and in the future
  • How to segment the participant population in workforce entry, accumulating, pre-, at-, and post- retirement

Hot topics discussed will be decided with your input and that of other registered attendees in the two weeks immediately preceding the Roundtable meeting.

Who Attends

Attendance is by invitation. The invitation is extended to heads of participant experience, participant strategy, participant communication, counseling, education, contact center, and Web apps at retirement plan service providers:

  • Across distribution channels (direct, consultant, brokerage, TPA, bank, and others)
  • Mid-sized, large and jumbo plans
  • Corporate, government, not-for-profit, higher-education and Taft-Hartley markets
  • Defined Contribution plans, Defined Benefit plans, NQDC, TRO, HSA, Financial Wellness, Retirement Readiness, Integrated Benefits

Date and Time

Wednesday November 6, 2019
6:30 p.m. Pre-event Networking Dinner at Union Street Tavern

Union Street Tavern
20 Union Street
Windsor CT 06095
www.unionstreettavern.com

Venue

VOYA Financial
1 Orange Way
Windsor, CT 06095

Dress Code

Casual Dress for pre-event
Business Casual Dress Code for meetings

Topics

Attendees will contribute to an ongoing dialogue about how to move the needle on retirement savings through participant technology, communications, plan design, and automated plan management.

Hot topics discussed will be decided with your input and that of other registered attendees in the two weeks immediately preceding the Roundtable meeting.

Discussions with a panel of three recently retired participants will provide a direct and immediate illustration of the impact our collective efforts have on U.S. workers and highlight areas where we have an opportunity to improve.

Two 90-minute timeslots for breakout discussion sessions moderated by attendees:

  • By hot topic (Financial wellness sustainability and participant experience management across generations)
  • By size band on strategies to drive participant engagement - in person, virtual, through advisors, standardized or customized?

Value Add

Attendees will each receive a summary, one-page document of the ideas and best practices shared at the meeting. None of the content will be attributable to any one individual or organization. 

Agenda

Thursday November 7, 2019

8:00 a.m. Continental breakfast buffet
8:30 a.m. Welcome, Introductions, Hot Topics of the day

HSAs and Retirement Accounts, pressure to make participant engagement profitable, the emphasis on decumulation strategies
9:15 a.m.   Moderated breakout sessions – Hot Topics
10:15 a.m. Break
10:30 a.m. Small Group Collaboration – RAPID FIRE

Two 25-minute productive sessions in small groups to formulate actionable strategies to address specific challenges. At the sound of the horn, all attendees rush to another small collaboration group.

E.g. Robotics, Virtual Assistants, Engagement Trends, Campaign Successes
12:00 p.m. Buffet Luncheon
12:30 p.m. Moderated breakout sessions by size band- Impact of technology on participant engagement programs (web, apps, push notifications) and the drive to a virtual program and the impact on ROI

  • Under $50 million
  • $50 million-$250 million
  •  $250 million and over
2:00 p.m. Break
2:15 p.m. Voice of Retirees: Moderated Plan Participant Panel – What is it like to be just on the cusp of retirement? What are the choices pre-retirees are facing? What questions do they wish they asked? Which programs are resonating?
3:15 p.m.  Wrap Up and Next Steps
3:30 p.m. Meeting Adjourns

Hotel / Transportation

The recommended hotel is the Hartford/Windsor Marriott Airport Hotel, 28 Day Hill Road, Windsor, CT  06095.  Please call the hotel directly at 860-688-7500 for reservations.

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Payments by credit card, debit card, check or bank transfer

Cost

Registration deadline: Roundtable
On or before July 31, 2019 $1250
After July 31, 2019 $1650

Cancellation Policy
EACH Enterprise, LLC will refund your entire meeting fee if you cancel on or before August 31, 2019. For cancellations between September 1, 2019 and October 6, 2019, EACH Enterprise, LLC will refund your registration fee minus an administration fee of $175. No refunds for cancellations after October 6, 2019. In the unlikely event that the number of registered attendees falls short of expectations, EACH Enterprise, LLC will refund the entire registration fee

 

 

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