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WASHINGTON—Dallas Salisbury received the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans' Public Service Award at the group's meeting Tuesday in Washington.
Mr. Salisbury, president and CEO of the Washington-based Employee Benefit Research Institute since its founding in 1978, was called “the foremost thought-leader in this highly complicated industry” by Richard Lyall, IFEBP president and board chairman. “He is universally respected by those in the field, as well as those in the most prestigious offices,” Mr. Lyall said in a statement.
Mr. Salisbury currently serves on numerous advisory boards, including the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investor advisory committee and the board of directors of the FINRA Investor Education Foundation.
Hazel Bradford is a reporter for Pensions & Investments, a sister publication of Business Insurance.