Annual Meeting - Austin, Texas

October 16-19, 2022

You're Invited

CCA's Annual Meeting program committee chair, Ed Pudlowski, invites you to beautiful Austin, Texas in October. The program committee has put together a great set of sessions that are above and beyond anything we've put together before.

Visit Austin

As the Live Music Capital of the World®, Austin sways to the strum of its own guitar. It is the state Capital, home of the University of Texas and gateway to the beautiful Texas Hill Country. Austin offers urban hiking trails, legendary barbecue and farm-to-table cuisine. The city has more than 250 live music venues where on any given night the sounds of rock, country, indie and Tejano music echo throughout the streets.

Registration Fees

Register Online Starting Summer 2022

Register on or before 9/16/2022$1,320$1,790
Register on or after 9/17/2022$1,420$1,890

Four Days of Networking and Learning

The 2022 program will offer a blend of world class education and networking. The meeting will be held at the spacious JW Marriott Austin in Austin, Texas and will feature a diverse program to meet your needs and interests. Choose from Retirement, Health & Welfare, Public Plans, International, Multiemployer, Investment and Cross Discipline topics.


JW Marriott Austin

Just a 15-minute drive from the airport and close to the best attractions and restaurants, the JW Marriott Austin is an upscale hotel experience in downtown Austin. Situated in the heart of the city, this urban resort features large guest rooms with floor to ceiling windows, 7 bars, 3 restaurants and a spa.

General session


Earn up to 18.5 continuing education credits over four days of breakout sessions, keynote presentations and networking events. The meeting kicks off Sunday, October 16 with an early evening session followed by the opening keynote presentation Monday morning and closing on Wednesday, October 19 with a motivating and inspirational general session.

Annual Meeting Session Preview

As you consider your annual meeting participation, below are previews of a few of the most anticipated break out sessions. You won't want to miss these!

COVID 19 Implications from Pandemic to Endemic

Learn about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on health care claims patterns, provider approaches and future cost projections. Understand the implications of continued COVID infections, vaccines, and the eventual shift to an endemic disease. Consider impacts on long COVID on health and disability experience.

Impact of ASOP 4 on Public Plans

After three Exposure Drafts, in February 2022 the ASB released a substantially revised ASOP 4, including a (marketed?) disclosure of a market return based liability measure. Other new requirements include enhanced assessments of a plan's funding policy, and disclosure of an actuarially determined contribution by all pension plans. These new disclosures are particularly revolutionary for public pension plans. This session will explore possible consequences and strategies for meeting these new requirements.

The New Workforce Relationship

Trying to balance an employer's need for talent with employee's expectations is becoming even more challenging. How does the experience of remote working translate back into the physical workplace? What are some of the solutions to address staffing needs? Is the financial cost resulting from the Great Resignation sustainable? What will the employment relationship and the total reward system look like that satisfies these conflicting goals?

Reduced Return Expectations

Capital market model return expectations have taken a nose-dive over the past year or two. Why is that -- what are the causes? What are the implications for plan sponsors and individual participants?

What Actuaries Should Know About Climate Change

Climate-related risks arise when various direct and indirect climate-related impacts affect the physical resources or assets of individuals or entities. When climate impacts also interact with various socioeconomic systems, the result may disrupt the mechanisms traditionally used to maintain financial stability. To an actuary that means assumptions may change or may need further disclosure, especially with growing regulator focus and the focus on climate-related financial disclosures across many insurance and financial services industries.

Virtual Care in a Virtual World

Health care has been rendered via virtual channels since the emergence of telephone and radio technology. Although its usage since then has varied across different eras and settings, recent forces such as the COVID pandemic, recognition of generational preference patterns, and care equity initiatives have accelerated the use of virtual care. Panelists dissect several aspects of the value proposition for virtual care, exploring exciting topics such as its role in various scenarios, integration with in-person treatment, emerging frameworks, and the outlook of what’s next in virtual care.

The CCA Annual Meeting planning committee convened in February to plan sessions and other details of the October meeting!

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