The Western Pension & Benefits Council, Seattle Chapter is comprised of professionals whose experience lies in the dynamic and constantly-changing atmosphere of employee benefits. We sponsor three quarterly meetings addressing topics of value. In addition, as a topic or speaker is of immediate interest, we offer pop up meetings. 

WP&BC strives to create an environment where pension & benefits professionals can expand their knowledge, share their ideas and socialize with new and old colleagues, whether their expertise lies in plan design, investments, compliance, law, administration, insurance or auditing. Over the years, our Chapter has maintained a wealth of pension & benefits expertise in many fields of our trade and hope that our members may serve as resources for one another.

Membership fee:

  • Membership Fee is $100 per year and covers the calendar year. (January 1 to December 31.)
  • JOIN NOW - Membership - new and renewals - will extend through January 1, 2024.  

Membership Benefits:

  • Virtual Meetings will be offered when topics and/or presenters on timely issues become available.
  • Annual Educational Seminar for 2023 to be posted when safety allows in-person meetings.
  • Member pricing for WP&BC webinars held throughout the year.
  • Exchange ideas and learn about current trends and innovative approaches by attending our meetings and webinars all at discounted member fees.

Member Guidelines:

The Western Pension & Benefits Council (WP&BC) believes that pension and benefits professionals have a duty to maintain a high level of technical competence and integrity. To this end, a member of WP&BC should embody these traits:

  • Act with integrity, competence, dignity and in an ethical manner when dealing with the public, clients, prospects, employers, employees and fellow members.
  • Practice and encourage others to practice in a professional and ethical manner that will reflect well on members and the pension and benefits profession in general.
  • Strive to maintain and improve their competence and the competence of others in the profession.
  • Use reasonable care and exercise independent professional judgment.

If you have any questions regarding membership, please contact us at or call 206-653-7259.

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If you need help with the membership system, please call or email the Seattle Chapter office at 206-653-7259 or for assistance.

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