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Publications

The Department of Labor (DOL) issued a final rule increasing civil penalties under all the laws it enforces, including the Employee Retirement Income...

On February 27, 2017, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued Accounting Standards Update No. 2017-06, Plan Accounting: Defined Benefit...

The Affordable Care Act requires plan sponsors to complete and distribute to participants a Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) form annually. The...

On March 6, 2017, leadership in the U.S. House of Representatives released draft legislation to “repeal and replace” certain aspects of the Affordable...

Events

  • Apr
    2

    “ASB Standards for Pension Actuaries” — Tammy Dixon, Washington, DCKathleen Riley, Boston

    “Multiemployer Composite and Other Risk-Sharing Approaches” — Tammy Dixon, Washington, DC

    “Multiemployer Plan Mergers and Transfers” — Steven M. Rabinowitz, New York Beth Bangert, Washington, DC

    “Dialogue with and Update from the PBGC for Multiemployer Plans” — Eli Greenblum, Washington, DC

    “Multiemployer Solvency Projections” — Eli Greenblum, Washington, DC

    “Current Events in Public Plan Funding Policy” — Paul Angelo, San Francisco

    “Partitions, Suspensions & Applicants Experience” — Harold S. Cooper, Chicago

    “Public Plan DB vs. DC Experiences and Efficiencies” — Rocky Joyner, Atlanta

    “Multiemployer Workshop” — Steven M. Rabinowitz, New York

    Audience — Pension Actuaries

  • May
    7

    “The Sonoma County Experience: Eliminating OPEB Liability while Preserving a Retiree Benefit” — Tom Morrison, Los AngelesMarcia Chadbourne, County of Sonoma, CA

    “Resulting Fiscal Crisis Presents Opportunity for Change: How Alaska is Managing Expenses to Meet Reduced Funding” — Richard Ward, GlendaleMichele Michaud, State of Alaska

    “Rhode Island’s Investigation into Leveraging the State Healthcare Marketplace to Provide Coverage for State Employees” — Andrew Sherman, BostonZachary Sherman, HealthSource Rhode Island

    Audience — Public Sector Benefit Professionals

News

New York (1/23/17) — David Blumenstein, President and CEO of The Segal Group, has announced the following executive promotions, which...

New York (1/23/17) — Private sector workers enhance their retirement security while the state saves on Medicaid costs. With retirement...