With next week’s Democratic National Convention serving as a backdrop, Penn Mutual Asset Management will be hosting a ground-breaking event on The State of State Pensions, to be held Tuesday, July 26, 2016, at 12 noon at the Hamilton Garden in the Kimmel Center.
State and municipal pensions are facing tremendous challenges, driving some municipalities into near bankruptcy and leaving many state and local governments across the country struggling for answers.
The event centers around a panel discussion which will explore the history of state pensions, modern-day challenges, current investing landscape and opportunities for reform. Featured panelists include:
- The Honorable Martin O’Malley, Former Governor, Maryland
- The Honorable Stephen Sweeney, Senate President, New Jersey
- The Honorable Richard Ravitch, Former Lieutenant Governor, New York
- David O’Malley, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Penn Mutual Asset Management, LLC
The panel will be moderated by Eileen McDonnell, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company.
To register for the event, please visit: www.travizonmm.com/?event=pmampensions.
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