Seminars

 

The Public Retirement Journal hosts two annual seminars: Southern California in February and Northern California in September. Our seminars consist of a full day of informative and timely information regarding retirement, OPEBs, legislation, local and state issues, state budget/economic update, and actuarial information. All participants receive an e-book of seminar materials with their registration fee (along with food!). PRJ seminars provide an opportunity for you to join your colleagues from around the state for in-depth discussions on current and future issues facing public retirement in California.

Upcoming Seminar

Join us for the upcoming 26th annual Southern California Public Retirement Seminar. It will be a day of in depth retirement discussions led by leading experts!

California Senate leader calls for pension funds to pull out of coal | The Sacramento Bee http://t.co/lfrSDUDPeb
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Cities should talk to unions, not consider bankruptcy | The Sacramento Bee http://t.co/18L549vTXu
NIRS study: DB plans still more cost-effective | http://t.co/nofzcIBsU0 | http://t.co/Gx2ceLETMk
RT @stevenmaviglio: Another blow for Chuck Reed. Failing to compromise leads to failure. Again. http://t.co/Zheia1suEr
RT @CalPERS: Richard Costigan Re-Elected to #CalPERSBoard: http://t.co/UIbEHcHbzI.
Reed Case vs. Secretary of State on Pension Initiative Tossed | California Courts - Appellate Court Case Information http://t.co/D9wWy4luXb
U.S. judge overseeing San Bernardino bankruptcy sets deadline for city plan | Reuters http://t.co/CSShWmSDW3
Appeal threatens Stockton bankruptcy ruling on pensions | The Sacramento Bee http://t.co/YMo9gKrLjZ