Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner to Provide Policy Perspective at ICI’s 2011 GMM

By Sandra J. West

March 09, 2011

Since 1959, ICI’s General Membership Meeting has provided fund industry executives an exceptional forum to discuss key business issues, gain a deep understanding of the policy landscape, and network with colleagues from around the country and overseas.

This year’s 53rd Annual GMM promises to be one of the best. We’re delighted to announce that Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner has agreed to join us at our annual Policy Forum on the afternoon of Wednesday, May 4. Secretary Geithner and ICI President Paul Schott Stevens will engage in a colloquy covering a range of current challenges for the U.S. and global economies, including the U.S. fiscal outlook and the potential for tax reform.

Capping the conference, Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Schapiro will provide a regulatory update on Friday, May 6.

To match this high-level policy discussion, we’ve assembled a number of outstanding industry panels and panelists, including Greg Johnson, CEO of Franklin Resources; George Gatch, CEO of J.P. Morgan Funds; John Rogers, CEO of Ariel Investments; and Cynthia Egan, President of Retirement Plan Services at T. Rowe Price. Each will moderate sessions featuring fund industry, investment, and pension leaders from around the world.

Timothy F. Geithner

Mary Schapiro

You can find the full agenda at our GMM website. There you can also learn about three events taking place concurrently with GMM:

For a single registration fee, attendees can build their own programs by choosing from among all of the sessions offered by these four events.

Sandra J. West is ICI’s Senior Director for Membership and Director, GMM.