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REGISTER: New York City Panel on Retirement Systems

March 5, 2019

Is a secure retirement in the U.S. a thing of the past? At a minimum, the U.S. has $1.2 trillion in unfunded state and local pension liabilities, how can we work our way back in the black? Join us to hear from the leading experts on how to build a better retirement system that balances the needs of employees, the state, and taxpayers.

Monday, May 13
5:00 pm Registration & Reception

5:30 pm Panel Discussion
7:00 pm Reception

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Model Room
New York Yacht Club
37 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036

Deborah Lucas
Sloan Distinguished Professor of Finance & Director of the Golub Center for Finance and Policy, MIT

Greg Mennis
Director, Public Sector Retirement Systems, The Pew Charitable Trusts

Kurt Winkelmann
Senior Fellow of Pension Policy, Heller-Hurwicz Economics Institute

Moderated by
Chris Farrell
Senior Economics Contributor, Marketplace & Economics Commentator, MPR
Co-sponsored by:

Arnold Ventures