New York (9/20/16) —
David Blumenstein, Senior Vice President and incoming President and CEO of The Segal Group, announced that senior vice president and benefits consultant David Brenner has been appointed Segal Consulting’s National Director of Multiemployer Consulting.
“David has spent his career devoted to working with trustees of multiemployer benefits plans to help improve their participants’ health and retirement readiness,” commented Mr. Blumenstein. “He is uniquely qualified to lead our multiemployer business because of his wide-ranging knowledge of the issues, opportunities and challenges trustees currently face. We are excited to have him take on this role.”
In his current role at Segal, he specializes in consulting to multiemployer funds including health and welfare plans, defined benefit pension plans and defined contribution pension plans. Mr. Brenner is a member of Segal’s Multiemployer Leadership Group, and he will now lead that effort. In the market, he also helps inform public policy as a member of the Working Committee of the National Coordinating Committee for Multiemployer Plans (NCCMP).
Before coming to Segal in 1995, Mr. Brenner was a trustee of a multiemployer health and welfare fund and a defined benefit pension plan in Massachusetts. He is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst with a BA with Individual Concentration (Labor Studies). He received a JD from Northeastern University’s School of Law.
Mr. Brenner succeeds Mr. Blumenstein, who will become President and CEO of The Segal Group on October 1. Mr. Brenner will continue to be based out of the firm’s Boston office.
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Segal Consulting, a member of The Segal Group, is a leading, independent firm of benefit, compensation and human resources consultants. Segal is headquartered in New York and has nearly 1,000 employees throughout the U.S. and in Canada. Clients include corporations, non-profit organizations, professional service firms, state and local governments and joint boards of trustees administering pension and health and welfare plans under the Taft-Hartley Act.
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