Pension Fund Trustees and Administrators Earn Continuing Education Credit Through TEXPERS' Online Learning
On Nov. 3, TEXPERS hosted Global Macroeconomic Outlook: The Pandemic, Politics, and Policy Spur a Macro Reset, presented by PineBridge Investments.
In 2020, global geopolitical noise has become deafening, with a momentous US presidential contest and the pandemic’s ongoing toll dominating the news cycle and creating uncertainty and conjecture in the markets, says PineBridge Chief Economist Markus Schomer, who lead the presentation. With rapid-fire developments continuing to move markets in unpredictable ways, he explained how investors can make decisions with conviction.
The webinar explored:
- How the outcome of the US election could drive a macroeconomic framework
- What policy changes we might expect
- Which economic indicators investors should be watching
A link to a recording of the session is here.
Attendees Earn Credit
Pension fund trustees and administrators who attended the live webinar earned one hour of Investment training credit satisfying Pension Review Board of Texas' training requirements. Accountants also were able to earn one hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit for the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy. To earn the credit hour, attendees sat through the entire presentation, participated in polling questions during the session, and answered a survey after the webinar.
Additional Online Learning Opportunities
TEXPERS is hosting another webinar, presented by Calamos Investments at 10 a.m. CST on Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020. Click here to learn more and to register.
TEXPERS staff is planning additional online learning opportunities. Another webinar is to be held at 10 a.m. CST on Tuesday, Dec. 8. Additional details are coming soon. Visit www.texpers.org for more information.
TEXPERS' online learning opportunities are for new and continuing trustees and administrators; however, any of the association's members may register. The webinars are also open to trustees and administrators of public employee pension systems in Texas that are not members of the association but need to satisfy training obligations.