NTSA Honors Paul Indianer with Lifetime Achievement Award
ARLINGTON, VA – The National Tax-Deferred Savings Association (NTSA) has awarded the Bob D. Schiller Lifetime Achievement Award to Paul Indianer.
Described as an NTSA pioneer, a “recruiter extraordinaire,” a passionate advisor, a meaningful manager and as the “Willie Mays” of TSAs, Indianer was very supportive of the founding of the NTSA and instrumental in its success. Indianer served on the NTSA board for a number of years, and also is credited with establishing NTSA’s close working relationship with the IRS.
Accepting the award on his behalf at the NTSA 403(b) Summit for Paul was his youngest daughter, Tamara Indianer, who is serving as the 2018 NTSA President.
The NTSA Bob D. Schiller Award recognizes individuals who have given freely of themselves, their time and resources to the NTSA and to the 403(b)/457 industry — individuals who have done above and beyond expectations.
The award is named in memory of Bob Schiller, an enthusiastic supporter of the NTSA who devoted his time and energy to its success and was a mentor to many in NTSA. His passing in 2006 inspired NTSA to create the award.
About the National Tax-Deferred Savings Association (NTSA)
Formed in 1989, the National Tax-Deferred Savings Association (NTSA) represents nearly 5,000 practitioners, agencies, and corporate members. For more than a quarter century, NTSA has been nationally recognized for its thought leadership and policy expertise with regard to public-sector retirement plans. NTSA represents its membership in Washington, D.C. and state capitals across the country to address issues and design retirement plans that improve employee outcomes. NTSA also provides high-quality education, professional development, and information resources for those involved in the 403(b) and 457(b) marketplace.
Media Contact: Nevin E. Adams, JD, Chief Content Officer, American Retirement Association, 703.516.9300 Ext. 114, NAdams@usaretirement.org