Join us May 18–20 in Washington, D.C.!
Join us in D.C. for a diverse conference convening representatives from the entire supply chain of the insured retirement industry. You’ll hear from inspiring and innovative keynote speakers sharing thought provoking ideas to help you grow your business. Attendees will enjoy more intimate sessions drilling into the regulatory and technology issues that impact their day to day.
The conference will be held May 18–20 in Washington, D.C. at the Marriott Marquis. We hope to see you there!
Illness and positive COVID-19 protocol while attending the IRI 2022 Annual Conference
Step 1: If you become ill while attending the conference, please take a COVID-19 rapid test as soon as possible. Until you take a rapid test, you must refrain from attending conference events and wear a mask in public places. IRI will have a supply of rapid tests available for delivery to your hotel room upon request. Please do not come to the registration desk.
Step 2: If you test positive for COVID-19 while attending the conference, you must promptly notify IRI, and continue to wear a mask in public places and refrain from attending conference events. Local resources that may be useful if you become ill or test positive for COVID-19 onsite are listed at the bottom of this webpage.
If you test negative for COVID-19 after becoming ill while attending the conference, please use your best judgment to determine whether you should resume attending conference events and/or continue to wear a mask in public places, bearing in mind both your own health and safety as well as the health and safety of other conference attendees.
Step 3: Upon receipt of notification that an attendee has tested positive for COVID-19, a designated IRI staff person will contact the individual via phone or email to gather relevant health and safety information, and to provide assistance and support as appropriate.
Step 4: Within 24 hours after receiving any such notification, IRI will communicate the fact that one or more attendees has tested positive for COVID-19 to conference attendees through the conference app and/or other means.
Updated May 4, 2022
Check out our line-up of keynote speakers!
IRI is excited to continue our partnership with Capital Area Asset Builders (CAAB) by donating a portion of our annual conference registration proceeds. We applaud CAAB and their creation of opportunities for low- and moderate-income individuals in the greater DC region to build financial security, savings, and wealth for the future.
Learn more about Capital Area Asset Builders, including their programs, client success stories, or direct donations, here. Since 1996, CAAB has helped more than 2,200 individuals and families achieve their financial dreams. Forty-four percent have purchased their first homes, 33 percent have pursued post-secondary education and 23 percent have launched small businesses. Those helped by CAAB have saved over $1.6 million and earned over $3.7 million in matching funds to date.
Attendees by Industry Experience
- Over 20 years experience 42% 42%
- 11–20 years experience 32% 32%
- 6–10 years experience 15% 15%
- 1–5 years experience 10% 10%
- Less than 1 year experience 1% 1%