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Pension Plan Investments 2018: Current Perspectives

Released on: May. 22, 2018
Running Time: 06:49:11

Experienced practitioners in the area of pension investment law, together with senior representatives of the Department of Labor, will give their perspectives, and illuminate issues, on current topics and recent developments. Continued statutory, regulatory and market changes ensure a full agenda of new developments to be debated and analyzed by the panelists. The Dodd-Frank financial reform legislation brought a new regulatory structure for pension investment activities in the derivatives markets that raises substantial uncertainties for a broad group of investment products, and compliance issues for plan fiduciaries. Keeping abreast of these developments, and staying current on new ERISA case law, enforcement actions and ordinary course investment practices, is critical.

Lecture Topics [Total time 06:49:11]

Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.

  • Update on Regulatory Issues for Financial Institutions [01:04:52]
    Patrick S. Menasco, Arthur H. Kohn, Howard Pianko, Patricia Anne Kuhn, James S. Frazier
  • Current Plan Investment Issues [01:09:28]
    Erin K. Cho, David M. Cohen, Steven W. Rabitz, Barbara D. Klippert
  • “Holy _ _ _ _ : What Happens and What To Do When You Discover Prohibited Transactions” [01:02:28]
    Mary E. Alcock, Ira G. Bogner, Veronica M. Wissel, William E. Ryan III
  • ERISA Litigation Review [00:59:22]
    Karen L. Handorf, Shannon Barrett
  • Current ESOP Practice and Litigation [00:47:34]
    Erin Turley, Karen L. Handorf, Shannon Barrett
  • Cryptocurrencies and ERISA [00:45:32]
    Christina Y. Lee, Andrew L. Oringer, Gary DeWaal
  • Outsourcing Fiduciary Risk [00:59:55]
    Amanda A. Sonneborn, Charles Yovino, David R. Cantor

The purchase price of this Web Program includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:

  • COMPLETE COURSE HANDBOOK
  • Ides of March Special: 5th Circuit Assassinates DOL Fiduciary Rule, What’s Next in this Shakespearean Saga: “Love’s (Department of) Labor’s Lost”? “All’s Well That Ends Well”? “Much Ado About Nothing”? or “As You Like It”? (March 19, 2018)
    Steven W. Rabitz
  • ERISA Eligibility of Common Categories of Securities and Other Investments
    Jeanie Cogill
  • “Oh Dear!” You Have Discovered Prohibited Transactions—Now What?
    Ira G. Bogner, Mary E. Alcock, Veronica M. Wissel, William E. Ryan
  • Fiduciary Litigation under ERISA (January 31, 2015)
    Robert N. Eccles, Shannon Barrett
  • Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs)
    Andrew L. Oringer, Michael J. Segal
  • Employee Stock Ownership Plans: Winding Down an ESOP
    Andrew L. Oringer, Michael J. Segal
  • Current ESOP Practice and Litigation (March 2018)
    Erin Turley
  • New Financial Products and ERISA Plan Investment Compliance
    Patricia Anne Kuhn, Howard Pianko, Alan S. Wilmit, Gary DeWaal
  • ERISA Fiduciary Duties: Overview
    Howard Pianko
  • Retirement Plan Governance and How to Reduce and Manage Fiduciary Risk
    Charles J. Yovino

Presentation Material

  • Foreign Investment Risks
    Erin K. Cho
  • Holy_ _ _ _: What Happens and What to do When You Discover Prohibited Transactions
    Mary E. Alcock, Ira G. Bogner, William E. Ryan III, Veronica M. Wissel
  • Cryptocurrencies and ERISA
    Gary DeWaal, Christina Y. Lee, Andrew L. Oringer
  • Outsourcing Fiduciary Risk Using an Outsourced Chief Investment Officer (OCIO)
    David R. Cantor, Amanda A. Sonneborn, Charles Yovino
Co-Chair(s)
Arthur H. Kohn ~ Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
Howard Pianko ~ Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Speaker(s)
Mary E. Alcock ~ Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
Shannon Barrett ~ O'Melveny & Myers LLP
Ira G. Bogner ~ Proskauer Rose LLP
David R. Cantor ~ Director, Pension Risk Management and Investment Consulting, PwC
Erin K. Cho ~ Groom Law Group
David M. Cohen ~ Schulte Roth & Zabel
Gary DeWaal ~ Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP
James S. Frazier ~ Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
Karen L. Handorf ~ Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll, PLLC
Barbara D. Klippert ~ Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP
Patricia Anne Kuhn ~ Managing Director and Associate General Counsel, Investment Management, Bank of America
Christina Y. Lee ~ Executive Director, Morgan Stanley
Patrick S. Menasco ~ Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP
Andrew L. Oringer ~ Dechert LLP
Steven W. Rabitz ~ Dechert LLP
William E. Ryan III ~ President & Chief Fiduciary Officer, Newport Trust Company
Amanda A. Sonneborn ~ Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Erin Turley ~ McDermott Will & Emery LLP
Veronica M. Wissel ~ Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP
Charles Yovino ~ Principal, Global HR GRC
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