Treasurer Loftis selected to host State Financial Officers national meeting in Charleston
March 11, 2015
The State Financial Officers Foundation (SFOF) announced that State Treasurer Curtis M. Loftis Jr. will host its national conference in Charleston April 13-14.
“Charleston has been called America’s friendliest and most hospitable city, and it's rich not only in history, but also financial and economic opportunities,” said Loftis. "Charleston is an ideal place for financial leaders in state government and the private sector to gather and share ideas about how to best create opportunity for our cities, states and nation.”
SFOF is the nation’s leading conservative foundation committed to bringing together state financial officers with the nation’s top private sector companies and organizations. SFOF is founded on the belief that state financial officers can and should play a greater role in promoting conservative, and fiscally responsible public policy.
“I’m thrilled Treasurer Loftis has agreed to host our meeting in the beautiful city of Charleston,” said SFOF President Derek Kreifels. “Treasurer Loftis is widely respected among his fellow financial officers for his leadership skills and impressive background in private business.”
The Charleston conference will bring together state financial officers and members of the corporate community to discuss some of the nation’s leading financial issues such as pension reform, municipal bankruptcies, 529 college savings programs, unclaimed property, financial literacy, retirement savings issues, banking and finance regulatory reform.
For more information about the SFOF Spring National Meeting, contact Derek Kreifels at firstname.lastname@example.org.