Gov. Dirk Kempthorne, Rep. Ann Wagner to Address Congressional Conference 2015

NAIFA is pleased to announced that Governor Dirk Kempthorne, ACLI President and CEO, and Representative Ann Wagner (R-MO) will deliver opening remarks at NAIFA’s 2015 Congressional Conference May 19-20. Gov. Kempthorne, who returns to the conference as a featured speaker, often inspires and challenges members with compelling remarks about the value of agents and the specific role NAIFA members play in securing America’s financial futures. Rep. Wagner will discuss her concerns with the Department of Labor’s rulemaking related to standards of conduct for brokers and dealers. 
 
In addition to Gov. Kempthorne and Rep. Wagner, conference participants will hear updates on the latest legislative trends and policies that affect the way our members do business. On May 20, NAIFA members will meet with lawmakers from every state to update them on how American families and  businesses rely on NAIFA members to provide affordable access to products and services relating to life insurance, annuities, retirement savings and employee benefits. They also will urge members of Congress to join the newly formed Financial Protection and Life Insurance Caucus. The bipartisan, bicameral caucus will serve as a means to educate lawmakers about the ongoing need for public policy that encourages Americans to save more, plan responsibly for their families, and protect their financial and retirement security.

The November elections brought many new elected officials to Capitol Hill who will benefit from the knowledge and experience of NAIFA members. Attend this Conference to ensure that laws and regulations are designed to enhance, not restrict, the ability of middle market families to have access to our products and services. The first 600 Congressional Conference registrants may be eligible for a travel expense reimbursement up to $350. Spots will go fast, Go to the conference site, and register today.
 


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