Please join us for our January luncheon:
Washington Shenanigans – A Look At Retirement Policy In DC
Presented by: Sam Henson, Director, Legislative & Regulatory Affairs, Retirement Services at Lockton Companies
As election 2020 looms, retirement policy is taking center stage in Washington. We will discuss the latest bi-partisan Congressional efforts to reform the employer sponsored retirement system. We will also review how the Trump administration’s policies are impacting the IRS and DOL’s regulatory efforts. Finally, we will look ahead at election 2020, and discuss how retirement savings could be impacted by the possible outcomes.
Tuesday, January 14, 2020
11:30am Networking, Program will begin promptly at noon and last until approximately 1:15pm.
6380 S Fiddlers Green Circle
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Members - $40, Non-Members - $60,
Gold Members - none*
About Our Presenter
In his daily role, Sam oversees ERISA compliance, DOL/IRS activities, and government affairs for more than 50,000 Lockton clients and 7,500 associates. He is a nationally featured speaker and author on numerous fiduciary topics, having appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Plan Sponsor Magazine, Benefits Magazine, Benefits Quarterly, Insurance News, and Business Insurance. Sam is the 2019 ISCEBS Governing Council President. He also serves on the Policy Board of the American Benefits Council and serves as the 2018-2019 chair for retirement policy.
Sam also serves on the Board of Directors of DCIIA, and is a member of the American Bar, ASPPA, NAPA, and ARA. Sam earned his Juris Doctorate at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law and holds CEBS – Fellow, RPA, GBA, and ASPPA - APM designations. Prior to joining Lockton, Sam spent almost 10 years with the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employee Benefits Security Administration, where he conducted more than 150 civil and criminal investigations of employee benefits plans, service providers, and fiduciaries. Sam also supervised enforcement efforts for benefit plans funded by prevailing wage laws under the Service Contract Act and Davis-Bacon Act. He was the 2011 recipient of the Secretary of Labor’s Exceptional Achievement Award.