Poyner Spruill LLP partner Kelsey Mayo participated in all five sessions and led Session 4 at the American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries (ASPPA) Spring Virtual Conference on Thursday, May 16.

The online programming included Mayo talking to participants on ways to avoid complicating the operation of a retirement plan. She used case studies and real-life and hypothetical scenarios to demonstrate the rules and impact of controlled groups and affiliated service groups. The final session from 3:20 p.m. to 5 p.m. was an Ask the Experts panel involving Mayo and the other four lead presenters.

The ASPPA, based in Washington, D.C., is part of the American Retirement Association — the premier national organization for retirement plan professionals in the industry. It is a non-profit entity educating retirement plan professionals and creating a framework of public policy that gives every working American the ability to have a comfortable retirement.

The Spring Virtual Conference offered an efficient and cost-effective way for participants to stay up to date with the latest developments affecting qualified retirement plans. The agenda focused on some of the most important issues faced by pension professionals.

Poyner Spruill attorneys are available for speaking engagements, presentations and webinars that include informative or training formats. The firm also provides access to numerous continuing education credits. For more information, contact Hillary Davis at hcdavis@poynerspruill.com.

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