S&P Webinar : An Update on Pension Funding in the U.S., July 8 2014, 2pm EST

An Update on Pension Funding in the U.S.

Live Webcast and Q&A


July 8, 2014


2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Eastern Daylight Time

Related Article:

U.S. State Pension

Hot Topics Page:

U.S. Pension Funding

Please join Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services on Tuesday, July 8, 2014, at 2:00 p.m. Eastern Time for an interactive, live Webcast and Q&A on the state of pension funding in the U.S. We will give pension updates on U.S. state and local governments as well as S&P 500 companies.

 Register for the Webcast here.

 Click here to access the article entitled “U.S. State Pension Funding: Strong Investment Returns Could Lift Funded Ratios, But Longer-Term Challenges Remain”.

Throughout this live webcast, you will be able to submit your questions via the web. Please note that Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services offers all of its webcasts on a complimentary basis.

Speakers are:

Howard Silverblatt
Senior Index Analyst
S&P Dow Jones Indices

John Sugden
Senior Director and Analytical Manager, U.S. Public Finance
Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services

Moderated by:

Nicholas Krzemienski
Director, Global Market Development

Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services

Please feel free to forward this invitation to your colleagues and customers.
A replay will be sent to all registrants.

Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services’ Webcasts deliver audio and slides in a streamlined presentation. You will need computer speakers or headphones to listen to the audio stream. You may submit your questions for the presenters in real time via the Webcast interface.


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