The New Hampshire Retirement System (NHRS) is one of the State's largest financial institutions with over $8.7 billion in assets, an annual pension annuity payroll of $700 million, nearly 48,000 members, and over 35,000 retirees and beneficiaries. It plays a critical role in the long-term financial security of virtually all of the state's public employees, teachers, and first responders—and also has a significant financial impact on state, municipal, and school budgets. Executive Director George Lagos will discuss the past, present, and future of NHRS and address some of the important changes that have taken place over the past ten years, which have impacted both employers and members of the system.
Coffee and Conversations is a discussion series jointly organized by the Carsey School of Public Policy, the State of NH Bureau of Education and Training, and the NH Association of Certified Public Managers to engage public service professionals in learning, problem solving and collaboration. We’ll provide the coffee, you provide the conversation!