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SECURE 2.0 Webinar Series: SECURE 2.0 Has Passed. Now What?
At the close of last year, Congress passed and President Joe Biden signed the SECURE 2.0 Act of 2022, which builds upon the most significant retirement plan legislation in more than a decade, the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019, or SECURE Act. The new law contains 90 provisions aimed at modernizing the retirement system, encouraging creation of new retirement plans and easing administrative requirements, not to mention prompting plan participants to increase what they save. Most retirement plans will be affected in some way, including those for lower-income workers and small business staff.
Join PLANSPONSOR, PLANADVISER and industry experts as we discuss:
• The impact many provisions will have on plan sponsors and participants;
• A timeline for the issuance of new rules and regulation effective dates; and
• What actions plan sponsors must take now to comply with the law.

Bradford Campbell, partner at Faegre Drinker
Andrew Braid, partner at Dechert LLP
Jennifer Doss, Senior Director, Defined Contribution Practice Leader, CAPTRUST


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Bradford Campbell
Partner at Faegre Drinker
Bradford Campbell is a Faegre Drinker partner and a nationally recognized figure in employer-sponsored retirement plans. He leverages his prior experience as the U.S. Assistant Secretary of Labor for Employee Benefits to advise clients across a broad range of issues related to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). As ERISA’s former “top cop” and primary regulator, Brad has detailed and wide-ranging knowledge of the structure and operation of ERISA plans—insight that he applies to client engagements.
Andrew Braid
Partner at Dechert LLP
Andrew Braid advises clients on a wide range of benefits and compensation matters. He assists public companies with designing and implementing equity-based incentive plans, employee stock purchase plans and other incentive compensation plans, and also advises with respect to disclosure requirements applicable to public company executive compensation programs. Mr. Braid advises both public and privately-held companies on employee benefits and executive compensation matters in mergers, acquisitions and public offerings, including drafting executive agreements, transaction awards and severance arrangements, and designing incentive compensation plans for management-level employees. He routinely assists clients with parachute payment analysis and other issues relating to Code Sections 280G and 409A.
Jennifer Doss
Senior Director, Defined Contribution Practice Leader at CAPTRUST
Jennifer joined CAPTRUST in 2007 and is currently a senior director of the firm’s defined contribution practice, responsible for the development of defined contribution services to address the needs of CAPTRUST’s clients. Prior to joining the firm, Jennifer worked as a financial advisor at Ameriprise. Jennifer received a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting with a concentration in finance from North Carolina State University and holds the Chartered Retirement Plans Specialist and Qualified 401(k) Administrator designations.