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Segal Consulting’s latest Survey of Plans’ Zone Status, which presents the most recent data available for Segal multiemployer clients that have...
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"Fiduciary and Cyber Liability Insurance" — Diane McNally, Segal Select Insurance, New York
"Contemporary Compliance Issues" — Kathryn L. Bakich, Washington, DC Serena Simons, Washington, DC
"President's 2018 Budget: Implications and Opportunities for Multiemployer Plans" — Kathryn L. Bakich, Washington, DC
"Healthcare Update" — Kathryn L. Bakich, Washington, DC
"Infrastructure as a Component of Asset Allocations" — Ryan Hanna, Segal Marco Advisors, Chicago
"Innovations in Electronic Health" — David Brenner, Boston
"Pharmacy Benefit Manager (PBM) Monitoring" — Edward Kaplan, New York
"Lessons Learned from Successful MPRA Applications" — Harold Cooper, Chicago
Audience — Multiemployer Benefit Plans Trustees
"Behavioral Economics: From Theory to Practice" — Wendy Carter, Washington, DC
Audience — Government Defined Contribution Plan Sponsors
"Affordable Care Act" — John R. Povinelli, Phoenix
Audience — Labor and Management Representatives (midwest utility companies)
"What Comes First, the Actuarial Assumption or the Investment Allocation?" — Brad Ramirez, Denver Tim Barron, Segal Marco Advisors, Chicago
New York (9/22/17) — The rising criticism over soaring drug prices may have caught the attention of some drug manufacturers, as the...
New York (8/21/17) — Segal Consulting’s most recent survey of multiemployer pension plans’ zone status shows that among more than 200...