Spring Seminar 2023

The Ritz Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes
May 2-4, 2023

Spring Seminar 2023

SVIA is pleased to announce the first in-person Spring Seminar that will be held on May 2-4, 2023 (Tuesday-Thursday) at the Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes in Orlando, Florida. The 2023 Spring Seminar focuses on how major issues such as the pandemic, market volatility, global economic and political uncertainty are shaping retirement and financial well-being for our workforce. The Seminar will also feature roundtables on stable value and how recordkeepers see and address these challenges through their unique perspective. The Seminar balances these informative meeting sessions with plenty of time for informal small group meetings and networking.

Dress for the Spring Seminar is business casual.

Plan and register now to lock in the best rates for travel, registration and ensure you have a room at SVIA’s conference rate! SVIA has reserved a limited number of rooms at the Ritz Carlton for attendees at a special rate of $329 + $35 resort fee. Room reservations should be made when you register for the conference. To obtain SVIA’s rates and ensure you have lodging at the conference hotel, reservations must be made directly through SVIA.

If you have questions regarding SVIA’s Spring Seminar, please contact SVIA at events@stablevalue.org or call us at (202) 873-9567.

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Orlando, Florida

The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes delights in creating life-long memories. Surrender yourself to our oasis-like spa, indulge in fine dining and test your skills on the championship-level golf course designed by Greg Norman. Guests benefit from impeccable service, luxury hotel rooms and suites, sophisticated event venues and exceptional resort amenities, including our lazy river pool, 24-hour fitness center and the Ritz Kids program.

Agenda

TBD, check back soon!

Fees & Costs

Requests for registration fee refunds (less a $450 processing fee) will be honored only if received before 5:00PM EDT, 30 days prior to the start of the conference. No refunds will be given for cancellations within 30 of the conference. SVIA regrets that refunds will not be given for no-shows. All cancellations should be submitted in writing to SVIA via email or mail. All refunds will be made after the conference.

To cancel or change your SVIA registration, please let SVIA know as soon as possible:

Email:
events@stablevalue.org

Address:
SVIA
Attn: Conference Registration
1800 Diagonal Road
Suite 600
Alexandria, VA 22314

SVIA Sponsors

THE STABLE VALUE INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO DO THE WORK THE ASSOCIATION DOES WITHOUT THE GENEROUS SUPPORT OF OUR SPONSORS. SVIA IS PROUD TO BE WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THESE COMPANIES. THESE COMPANIES COMMIT NOT ONLY FINANCIAL RESOURCES, BUT ALSO MAKE AVAILABLE THEIR EXPERTISE AND LEADERSHIP IN SHAPING AND CARRYING OUT THE ASSOCIATION’S MISSION TO DEMONSTRATE STABLE VALUE’S MANY CONTRIBUTIONS TO BUILDING A STRONG, VIABLE RETIREMENT SAVINGS AND INVESTMENT PROGRAM THAT WILL PROVIDE FINANCIAL SECURITY IN RETIREMENT.

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Yes, all in-person attendees must provide proof of vaccination, or a negative COVID-19 test within five days of the event and are required to sign the SVIA’s COVID-19 Safety Acknowledgement Form.

SVIA adheres to the local guidelines as well as the CDC’s guidelines for in-person events. At this time, Florida no longer requires face masks to be worn. However, SVIA cannot guarantee that participants in attendance will not become infected with COVID-19.

It means:

  • Masks are now optional for in-person attendance,
  • Face masks are not required when eating or drinking.

SVIA’s release form, which is a requirement for in-person attendance requires anyone who becomes symptomatic and/or confirms that he or she has contracted COVID to notify SVIA immediately at events@stablevalue.org. Should this happen, SVIA will alert all attendees of exposure to COVID.

If you receive a notification, it means that someone that you were near tested positive for COVID-19 and chose to privately share their diagnosis. The notification will allow you to take action to protect yourself and those around you, like getting tested, seeking medical attention, quarantining, etc.

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