November 5-6, 2020 | Fairmont Hotel | Washington, D.C.
“The foremost actuarial meeting on public policy.” – 2019 Attendee
2020 will be a historic year--from the impact of COVID-19 to the November elections.
Thursday and Friday, Nov. 5–6, will bring you the opportunity to understand what the events of this year mean from a short-term and a long-term perspective.
Register for the Academy’s Annual Meeting and Public Policy Forum and take this opportunity to reserve your place at an event that will examine the history that is in the making while attending the actuarial profession’s best forum for direct and immediate discussions of public policy and professionalism issues that matter to actuaries and policymakers across all practice areas.
ON THE AGENDA
- Noted presidential historian Michael Beschloss will be the keynote opening speaker, providing you with context to understand the presidency and the presidents who have held it—and insights gained in the outcome of the presidential election held earlier in the week.
- Charlie Cook, the highly respected impartial analyst of American politics, elections, and trends will break down for us how whoever won across the election map from state to state managed to do that.
- Several breakout sessions will explore the impact of COVID-19, as well as discuss top public policy issues for life, health, pension, and P/C. See what's on the agenda this year.
Attendees will also have:
- Unique opportunities to discuss critical issues directly with policymakers, actuaries from all practice areas, and Academy leaders.
- Plenary sessions and practice-specific breakouts that deliver up-to-the-minute information about top public policy and professionalism issues.
- Networking opportunities so you can meet other attendees and Academy leadership.
- A chance to earn valuable continuing education credits.
The 2020 Annual Meeting and Public Policy Forum will be held Nov. 5–6 at the Fairmont Hotel in Washington, D.C. Register today.
As of now, the Academy is still planning for the 2020 Annual Meeting and Public Policy Forum as an in-person event later this fall. We will prioritize the health and safety of our attendees as we strive to deliver a timely and topical event to you. We are continuing to monitor the ongoing COVID-19 situation and will adhere to federal, state, and local guidelines for in-person events. We are also communicating regularly with our venue partner regarding its operations and precautions
We also want you to know that you can register with confidence. The Academy now has cancellation policies in place to accommodate any necessary change to your in-person registration resulting from a continuation of COVID-19.
NOT A MEMBER OF THE ACADEMY?
Registration is open to members and nonmembers alike, but Academy members receive discounts on their registration fee. If you are an actuary but not a member of the Academy, consider joining today. Not only will you receive discounted registration rates, you will also benefit from the Academy’s full resources, including ongoing professional development opportunities, exclusive access to webinars, and engaging content from our publications.