This webinar is part of Stanford GSB’s massive open online course (MOOC), The Finance of Retirement and Pensions. The MOOC is taught by Professor Joshua Rauh, a world expert on pensions, and covers retirement savings and investment strategies to maximize your assets.
The focus of this webinar will be on how U.S. state and local governments have accumulated trillions of dollars of unfunded pension liabilities, and what can be done to fix it.
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Today at 1pm, Pacific Time.
- Richard Ravitch, former lieutenant governor of New York (2009-2010)
- Sean McShea, president of Ryan Labs, which provides liability-matching financial strategies to pension funds
- David Crane, former special assistant to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and lecturer in Public Policy at Stanford
- Mark Dingley, deputy treasurer/general counsel for Office of Treasurer of Rhode Island, which implemented path-breaking public pension reform
Professor Josh Rauh, Professor of Finance and Senior Fellow (by courtesy) at the Hoover Institution.
This course contains general information about financial matters for educational purposes only. You should always consult with a competent financial services/legal professional licensed in your state with respect to your particular situation before making any decision.
The information provided in this webinar is not advice, and should not be treated as such. The information in this course is provided “as is” without any representations or warranties, express or implied. Stanford University makes no representations or warranties in relation to the legal, financial, or any information in this course.
About Mark Dingley
Mark Dingley is the deputy treasurer/special counsel for the Office of the Rhode Island General Treasurer. At the treasurer’s office, Mr. Dingley oversees the retirement division, the state’s debt and financing activities, and legal matters within the office. Dingley previously worked as general counsel and senior executive in the private sector, garnering domestic and international experience in the management of legal and business services for public and private companies. He graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College, and later received a JD from Cornell University Law School, graduating cum laude, and an LLM in Taxation from Boston University Law School.