David Brenner

David Brenner

David Brenner

Senior Vice President, National Director of Multiemployer Consulting

Davidis a Senior Vice President based in Segal's Boston office. He serves as the National Director of Multiemployer Consulting and the Chair of Segal’s Multiemployer Leadership Group and is responsible for leading Segal’s consultants who work with multiemployer plans. David is a recognized expert on multiemployer benefit plan issues, having over 25 years of experience at Segal, working with plan sponsors on a wide range of employee benefit services, including benefit strategies, funding and plan management. He is involved in strategic planning initiatives for multiemployer services and product development.

David serves as the lead client relationship manager for a range of national multiemployer, international union, regional and local clients, consulting on their health and welfare plans, defined benefit pension plans and defined contribution pension plans. David has also provided consulting advice on apprenticeship and training programs and the establishment of voluntary benefit programs. As a member of the Working Committee of the National Coordinating Committee for Multiemployer Plans (NCCMP), he works to inform public policy and offer guidance on legislative and regulatory issues of interest to multiemployer plans.

Prior to joining Segal, David served as an officer and employee of local and international unions for over 10 years. He was involved in all levels of union administration, including organizing, servicing and negotiating collective bargaining agreements. David has also served as a Trustee of a multiemployer health and welfare fund and a multiemployer defined benefit pension plan.

David 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. He has been admitted to the Bar in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

David is a frequent speaker at benefits conferences and other industry forums and has taught labor history courses at the college level.

His article on ERISA preemption was cited as an authoritative analysis of the construction industry by the New Jersey Supreme Court in a prevailing wage case.

Read insights from David

  • September 7, 2022

    Recruiting and Retaining Women in the Building Trades

    We share five recruiting strategies you can use to attract and retain more women in the construction industry.

    Topics covered: Compensation & Careers, Architecture Engineering & Construction, Multiemployer Plans, Retirement, Health, Compliance, Communications, DEI, Women in Trades

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David Brenner

David Brenner

David Brenner

Senior Vice President, National Director of Multiemployer Consulting

Davidis a Senior Vice President based in Segal's Boston office. He serves as the National Director of Multiemployer Consulting and the Chair of Segal’s Multiemployer Leadership Group and is responsible for leading Segal’s consultants who work with multiemployer plans. David is a recognized expert on multiemployer benefit plan issues, having over 25 years of experience at Segal, working with plan sponsors on a wide range of employee benefit services, including benefit strategies, funding and plan management. He is involved in strategic planning initiatives for multiemployer services and product development.

David serves as the lead client relationship manager for a range of national multiemployer, international union, regional and local clients, consulting on their health and welfare plans, defined benefit pension plans and defined contribution pension plans. David has also provided consulting advice on apprenticeship and training programs and the establishment of voluntary benefit programs. As a member of the Working Committee of the National Coordinating Committee for Multiemployer Plans (NCCMP), he works to inform public policy and offer guidance on legislative and regulatory issues of interest to multiemployer plans.

Prior to joining Segal, David served as an officer and employee of local and international unions for over 10 years. He was involved in all levels of union administration, including organizing, servicing and negotiating collective bargaining agreements. David has also served as a Trustee of a multiemployer health and welfare fund and a multiemployer defined benefit pension plan.

David 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. He has been admitted to the Bar in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

David is a frequent speaker at benefits conferences and other industry forums and has taught labor history courses at the college level.

His article on ERISA preemption was cited as an authoritative analysis of the construction industry by the New Jersey Supreme Court in a prevailing wage case.

Read insights from David

  • September 7, 2022

    Recruiting and Retaining Women in the Building Trades

    We share five recruiting strategies you can use to attract and retain more women in the construction industry.

    Topics covered: Compensation & Careers, Architecture Engineering & Construction, Multiemployer Plans, Retirement, Health, Compliance, Communications, DEI, Women in Trades

    Read full insight

Contact David

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

David Brenner

Senior Vice President, National Director of Multiemployer Consulting

David Brenner

Contact David

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Davidis a Senior Vice President based in Segal's Boston office. He serves as the National Director of Multiemployer Consulting and the Chair of Segal’s Multiemployer Leadership Group and is responsible for leading Segal’s consultants who work with multiemployer plans. David is a recognized expert on multiemployer benefit plan issues, having over 25 years of experience at Segal, working with plan sponsors on a wide range of employee benefit services, including benefit strategies, funding and plan management. He is involved in strategic planning initiatives for multiemployer services and product development.

David serves as the lead client relationship manager for a range of national multiemployer, international union, regional and local clients, consulting on their health and welfare plans, defined benefit pension plans and defined contribution pension plans. David has also provided consulting advice on apprenticeship and training programs and the establishment of voluntary benefit programs. As a member of the Working Committee of the National Coordinating Committee for Multiemployer Plans (NCCMP), he works to inform public policy and offer guidance on legislative and regulatory issues of interest to multiemployer plans.

Prior to joining Segal, David served as an officer and employee of local and international unions for over 10 years. He was involved in all levels of union administration, including organizing, servicing and negotiating collective bargaining agreements. David has also served as a Trustee of a multiemployer health and welfare fund and a multiemployer defined benefit pension plan.

David 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. He has been admitted to the Bar in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

David is a frequent speaker at benefits conferences and other industry forums and has taught labor history courses at the college level.

His article on ERISA preemption was cited as an authoritative analysis of the construction industry by the New Jersey Supreme Court in a prevailing wage case.

Read insights from David

  • September 7, 2022

    Recruiting and Retaining Women in the Building Trades

    We share five recruiting strategies you can use to attract and retain more women in the construction industry.

    Topics covered: Compensation & Careers, Architecture Engineering & Construction, Multiemployer Plans, Retirement, Health, Compliance, Communications, DEI, Women in Trades

    Read full insight

David Brenner

Senior Vice President, National Director of Multiemployer Consulting

David Brenner

Contact David

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Davidis a Senior Vice President based in Segal's Boston office. He serves as the National Director of Multiemployer Consulting and the Chair of Segal’s Multiemployer Leadership Group and is responsible for leading Segal’s consultants who work with multiemployer plans. David is a recognized expert on multiemployer benefit plan issues, having over 25 years of experience at Segal, working with plan sponsors on a wide range of employee benefit services, including benefit strategies, funding and plan management. He is involved in strategic planning initiatives for multiemployer services and product development.

David serves as the lead client relationship manager for a range of national multiemployer, international union, regional and local clients, consulting on their health and welfare plans, defined benefit pension plans and defined contribution pension plans. David has also provided consulting advice on apprenticeship and training programs and the establishment of voluntary benefit programs. As a member of the Working Committee of the National Coordinating Committee for Multiemployer Plans (NCCMP), he works to inform public policy and offer guidance on legislative and regulatory issues of interest to multiemployer plans.

Prior to joining Segal, David served as an officer and employee of local and international unions for over 10 years. He was involved in all levels of union administration, including organizing, servicing and negotiating collective bargaining agreements. David has also served as a Trustee of a multiemployer health and welfare fund and a multiemployer defined benefit pension plan.

David 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. He has been admitted to the Bar in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

David is a frequent speaker at benefits conferences and other industry forums and has taught labor history courses at the college level.

His article on ERISA preemption was cited as an authoritative analysis of the construction industry by the New Jersey Supreme Court in a prevailing wage case.

Read insights from David

  • September 7, 2022

    Recruiting and Retaining Women in the Building Trades

    We share five recruiting strategies you can use to attract and retain more women in the construction industry.

    Topics covered: Compensation & Careers, Architecture Engineering & Construction, Multiemployer Plans, Retirement, Health, Compliance, Communications, DEI, Women in Trades

    Read full insight

David Brenner

David Brenner

Senior Vice President, National Director of Multiemployer Consulting

Contact David

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Davidis a Senior Vice President based in Segal's Boston office. He serves as the National Director of Multiemployer Consulting and the Chair of Segal’s Multiemployer Leadership Group and is responsible for leading Segal’s consultants who work with multiemployer plans. David is a recognized expert on multiemployer benefit plan issues, having over 25 years of experience at Segal, working with plan sponsors on a wide range of employee benefit services, including benefit strategies, funding and plan management. He is involved in strategic planning initiatives for multiemployer services and product development.

David serves as the lead client relationship manager for a range of national multiemployer, international union, regional and local clients, consulting on their health and welfare plans, defined benefit pension plans and defined contribution pension plans. David has also provided consulting advice on apprenticeship and training programs and the establishment of voluntary benefit programs. As a member of the Working Committee of the National Coordinating Committee for Multiemployer Plans (NCCMP), he works to inform public policy and offer guidance on legislative and regulatory issues of interest to multiemployer plans.

Prior to joining Segal, David served as an officer and employee of local and international unions for over 10 years. He was involved in all levels of union administration, including organizing, servicing and negotiating collective bargaining agreements. David has also served as a Trustee of a multiemployer health and welfare fund and a multiemployer defined benefit pension plan.

David 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. He has been admitted to the Bar in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

David is a frequent speaker at benefits conferences and other industry forums and has taught labor history courses at the college level.

His article on ERISA preemption was cited as an authoritative analysis of the construction industry by the New Jersey Supreme Court in a prevailing wage case.

Read insights from David

  • September 7, 2022

    Recruiting and Retaining Women in the Building Trades

    We share five recruiting strategies you can use to attract and retain more women in the construction industry.

    Topics covered: Compensation & Careers, Architecture Engineering & Construction, Multiemployer Plans, Retirement, Health, Compliance, Communications, DEI, Women in Trades

    Read full insight