Unfunded Liabilities in California: A Foreseeable Titanic?

Titanic-inspired image of a ship at sea.
Titanic-inspired image of a ship at sea.
BAY AREA, Calif. - Jan. 8, 2024 - PRLog -- The Verb™ Presents Speaker Series features David Quinnert on January 22, 2024, at 5:30 pm (Pacific Time).  Mr. Quinnert will be speaking on the looming crisis of unfunded liabilities in California and why it matters to both the California taxpayer as well as government employees.  The talk will be moderated by Peter Coe Verbica, Managing Director at Silicon Private Wealth, LLC ("SPW").

David Quinnert's professional experience includes work as a CPA and Auditor with Arthur Andersen, LLP, CFO of BBDO Chicago, Inc. (Omnicom Group), Senior Compensation Consultant for JLB+Partners, and Pension Expert with the California Arts & Sciences Institute.  Mr. Quinnert's biography cites the following accomplishments and expertise: "he prepared all aspects of the corporate budget and profit plan and also managed banking and treasury functions," "managed staff in accounting and information technology," and "is an expert in analyzing public agency pension plans."

Peter Coe Verbica serves as moderator of the popular Verb™ Presents Speaker Series and is a Certified Financial Planning® professional and Managing Director at SPW.  He and his family's roots are multi-generational in the Bay Area, including their link to California's second largest state park (Henry Coe State Park), the heart of which was donated by his family.  He serves as the Finance Committee Chair of a foundation which supports the San Jose Symphony and the San Jose Youth Symphony.

Silicon Private Wealth, LLC is a Registered Investment Advisor with principals, portfolio managers and team members actively involved with philanthropic causes.  Guest views and opinions are not necessarily those of SPW.

For Verb™ Presents Speaker Series information, kindly email peter@siliconprivatewealth.com.

(Image source: AI-driven art using Midjourney with inputs by P. Verbica, 2023.)


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