Investment Solutions and Other Risk Optimization Strategies (Online Seminar)

Investment Solutions and Other Risk Optimization Strategies (Online Seminar)

Discover how your plan can:

  • Achieve a higher return/benefit for the same level of risk.
  • Maintain the same level of benefits with lower risk.
  • Optimize risk to the benefit of your members.

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Highlights From the Apples & Oranges MEPP Benchmarking Study Revealed (Online Seminar)

Highlights From the Apples & Oranges MEPP Benchmarking Study Revealed (Online Seminar)

  • Would you like to know how your pension plan’s benefit and contribution rates compare to other plans?
  • Is your plan getting the biggest bang for the buck?  Are the benefits top quartile, bottom quartile, or something in-between?
  • How efficient your risk profile is relative to others?

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Summary of PBI’s Seminar Revealing MEPP Benchmarks Published in Benefits and Pensions Monitor

Summary of PBI’s Seminar Revealing MEPP Benchmarks Published in Benefits and Pensions Monitor

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Survey Reveals MEPP Benchmarks

Article written by Nisha Singh and Nellie Huang, consultants at PBI Actuarial Consultants Ltd., published in the Benefits and Pensions Monitor Online.

Extract

The average employer/employee contribution to a multi-employer pension plan is $4.26 per hour, says H. Clare Pitcher, of PBI Actuarial Consultants. Speaking at its ‘Apples & Oranges: MEPP/TBP Benchmarking Study,’ he said the range for contributions is $1.09 to $7.60 per hour. Cindy Rynne, of PBI, said the survey, its first, is designed to reveal some benchmarks for MEPPs across the country.

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Addressing Underfunded Pension Plans with Contingency Reserves

Addressing Underfunded Pension Plans with Contingency Reserves

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How well-funded is your pension plan?  A pension plan’s funded status is an indication of its financial health.  Most plans’ funded positions were adversely affected by the economic crisis of 2008 but have improved since then.  This article will help you better understand pension funding deficits, what caused them, and how to avoid them moving forward.

Please click on the following link to download the PDF of the article: Addressing Underfunded Pension Plans with Contingency Reservices

Article on the New Brunswick Shared Risk Plan Published in the Benefits and Pensions Monitor

Article on the New Brunswick Shared Risk Plan Published in the Benefits and Pensions Monitor

Benefits and Pensions Monitor Online

New Brunswick Shared Risk Plan: There’s More To The Story

A summary of PBI’s report on the New Brunswick shared risk pension model was published on the Benefits and Pensions Monitor’s website.

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