2015 Symposium - Join Us In Vancouver
There is still time to register for the Symposium and join your benefits peers in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia. The topics for the 2 1/2 days are set and ready for you!
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Register for the Symposium today!
Rooms at the Hyatt Regency are booking fast. Plan your travels and join
us August 23-26 in Vancouver. (8/12/15)
3rd Quarter Benefits Quarterly Now Available
The third quarter issue of Benefits Quarterly is now available in Members Only. Printed copies will be sent to members soon. This issue of BQ focuses on Organizational Issues for Benefits Professionals.
Start your reading now with the article "Looking Past Due Diligence for Benefit Plans in Mergers and Acquisitions" by Mary Komornicka, CEBS with Larkin Hoffman Daly & Lindgren Ltd. (7/28/15)
Domestic Partner Benefits After SCOTUS Decision: 2015 Survey Results
The U.S. Supreme Court decision on June 26, 2015 means all states must now license same-sex marriages or recognize those performed in other states. The International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans administered a survey to find out how the Obergefell v. Hodges decision will affect employers. [Read more] (7/10/15)
Report Your CEBS Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Credits
Enter, view or edit your CPE activities and credits through your International Foundation profile. Log in at
www.ifebp.org/myprofile and click "Manage Your CPE Credits" to the right of your name. The username or login is your 6- or 8-digit member number and the password is traditionally your last name. If you need assistance, please contact the CEBS customer service team during business hours at 800-449-2327, option 3 or
This page lists the CEBS graduates in the U.S. and Canada (listed by state or province) who have successfully completed the requirements to be recognized as CPE compliant. By participating in CPE, these individuals reaffirm their commitment to lifelong learning and professional growth. CPE compliance ensures the CEBS designation—and the collective industry knowledge it represents—remains visible and strong.