Tune in to greater well-being with the Well Wisconsin Program. There’s a new web page – no log in required! Find out what’s on tap for Well Wisconsin Radio programs through December, and here’s a reminder about the $150wellness incentive deadline for 2021.
The financial industry is sitting up and taking notice of that work SWIB staff is doing. SWIB has been named a finalist in two categories of the Institutional Investor's 4th Annual Allocators' Choice Awards. The awards were created as a way for asset allocators to choose peers deserving recognition for their work.
Last fall ETF went online with its health benefits fairs, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Members found these webinars with live Q&A informative and convenient. Get the details on when, what and more. More Virtual Benefits Forums>
Do you have a Wisconsin Deferred Compensation account? If so, here are some important service updates, including in-service withdrawals, online appointments and personalized investment strategies, and new comprehensive financial planning services!
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Two SWIB managing analysts have been recognized for their outstanding work. Lin Maung was named to Private Equity International’s 40 Under 40: Future Leaders of Private Equity list. Jason Rector was named to Chief Investment Officer’s Class of 2021 NextGens list.
David Stein, chair of the Board of Trustees, talks about the search for and recent appointment of SWIB’s new executive director and chief investment officer as well as how strong governance is keeping SWIB well positioned for the future.
Tune in to the next Wisconsin Strong Women webinar on September 14 for a discussion on the financial effects of caregiving. Judith Kozlowski, of the Women’s Institute for a Secure Retirement, will provide tips for caregivers to avoid common mistakes and financially protect themselves.