Eli Greenblum

Eli Greenblum

Eli Greenblum

Senior Vice President and Chief Actuary, Washington, DC

Mr. Greenblum is a Senior Vice President and the Chief Actuary for Segal. Based in Segal’s Washington, DC office, he has overall responsibility for Segal’s Actuarial practice, coordinating the activities of the Office of the Chief Actuary and chairing the Company’s National Actuarial Policy Committee. Mr. Greenblum has over 30 years of managerial and actuarial consulting experience serving multiemployer, single employer and public sector clients.

Mr. Greenblum currently serves as the Enrolled Actuary for two national multiemployer pension plans and works with labor organizations regarding their staff pension arrangements.

Mr. Greenblum has been with Segal for over 30 years. He recently was elected to the Board of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries (CCA), completed a term as Vice President (Pension) and Chair of the Pension Practice Council for the American Academy of Actuaries (AAA) and is former Chair of the AAA Multiemployer Plans Subcommittee. He played an active role in pension reform efforts that led to passage of the Pension Protection Act of 2006 and subsequent relief legislation. A frequent panelist at professional actuarial conferences, he currently serves as a member of the Joint Program Committee for the Enrolled Actuaries Meeting.

Mr. Greenblum received a BA magna cum laude in Mathematics from the State University of New York at Albany. He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Fellow of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary.

Mr. Greenblum is a frequent speaker at the annual Enrolled Actuaries Meeting and at the CCA annual conference. He is frequently quoted in publications including BNA Pension & Benefits Reporter and Pensions & Investments. Articles and presentations include:

  • “Anatomy of a Successful Suspension of Benefits Application,” CCA Annual Conference October 2018
  • “Composite Plans: Discerning Fact from Fiction,” NCCMP Annual Conference, September 2016
  • “Are There Any Guarantees in Life?” Conference of Consulting Actuaries, Enrolled Actuaries Meeting, April 2016
  • "The Long Road to Here: Recent Trends in the Multiemployer Plan System," Labor and Employment Relations Association Winter Meeting, January 2016
  • "Multiemployer Pension Plans Respond to the Financial Crisis," by Judith F. Mazo and Eli Greenblum, Pension Research Council, 2011
  • “Options for Troubled Multiemployer Pension Plans in a Post-PPA World,” Benefits & Compensation Digest, September 2009

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Eli Greenblum

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Eli Greenblum

Eli Greenblum

Senior Vice President and Chief Actuary, Washington, DC

Mr. Greenblum is a Senior Vice President and the Chief Actuary for Segal. Based in Segal’s Washington, DC office, he has overall responsibility for Segal’s Actuarial practice, coordinating the activities of the Office of the Chief Actuary and chairing the Company’s National Actuarial Policy Committee. Mr. Greenblum has over 30 years of managerial and actuarial consulting experience serving multiemployer, single employer and public sector clients.

Mr. Greenblum currently serves as the Enrolled Actuary for two national multiemployer pension plans and works with labor organizations regarding their staff pension arrangements.

Mr. Greenblum has been with Segal for over 30 years. He recently was elected to the Board of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries (CCA), completed a term as Vice President (Pension) and Chair of the Pension Practice Council for the American Academy of Actuaries (AAA) and is former Chair of the AAA Multiemployer Plans Subcommittee. He played an active role in pension reform efforts that led to passage of the Pension Protection Act of 2006 and subsequent relief legislation. A frequent panelist at professional actuarial conferences, he currently serves as a member of the Joint Program Committee for the Enrolled Actuaries Meeting.

Mr. Greenblum received a BA magna cum laude in Mathematics from the State University of New York at Albany. He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Fellow of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary.

Mr. Greenblum is a frequent speaker at the annual Enrolled Actuaries Meeting and at the CCA annual conference. He is frequently quoted in publications including BNA Pension & Benefits Reporter and Pensions & Investments. Articles and presentations include:

  • “Anatomy of a Successful Suspension of Benefits Application,” CCA Annual Conference October 2018
  • “Composite Plans: Discerning Fact from Fiction,” NCCMP Annual Conference, September 2016
  • “Are There Any Guarantees in Life?” Conference of Consulting Actuaries, Enrolled Actuaries Meeting, April 2016
  • "The Long Road to Here: Recent Trends in the Multiemployer Plan System," Labor and Employment Relations Association Winter Meeting, January 2016
  • "Multiemployer Pension Plans Respond to the Financial Crisis," by Judith F. Mazo and Eli Greenblum, Pension Research Council, 2011
  • “Options for Troubled Multiemployer Pension Plans in a Post-PPA World,” Benefits & Compensation Digest, September 2009

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Leadership

Eli Greenblum

Senior Vice President and Chief Actuary, Washington, DC

Eli Greenblum

Contact Eli

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

Mr. Greenblum is a Senior Vice President and the Chief Actuary for Segal. Based in Segal’s Washington, DC office, he has overall responsibility for Segal’s Actuarial practice, coordinating the activities of the Office of the Chief Actuary and chairing the Company’s National Actuarial Policy Committee. Mr. Greenblum has over 30 years of managerial and actuarial consulting experience serving multiemployer, single employer and public sector clients.

Mr. Greenblum currently serves as the Enrolled Actuary for two national multiemployer pension plans and works with labor organizations regarding their staff pension arrangements.

Mr. Greenblum has been with Segal for over 30 years. He recently was elected to the Board of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries (CCA), completed a term as Vice President (Pension) and Chair of the Pension Practice Council for the American Academy of Actuaries (AAA) and is former Chair of the AAA Multiemployer Plans Subcommittee. He played an active role in pension reform efforts that led to passage of the Pension Protection Act of 2006 and subsequent relief legislation. A frequent panelist at professional actuarial conferences, he currently serves as a member of the Joint Program Committee for the Enrolled Actuaries Meeting.

Mr. Greenblum received a BA magna cum laude in Mathematics from the State University of New York at Albany. He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Fellow of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary.

Mr. Greenblum is a frequent speaker at the annual Enrolled Actuaries Meeting and at the CCA annual conference. He is frequently quoted in publications including BNA Pension & Benefits Reporter and Pensions & Investments. Articles and presentations include:

  • “Anatomy of a Successful Suspension of Benefits Application,” CCA Annual Conference October 2018
  • “Composite Plans: Discerning Fact from Fiction,” NCCMP Annual Conference, September 2016
  • “Are There Any Guarantees in Life?” Conference of Consulting Actuaries, Enrolled Actuaries Meeting, April 2016
  • "The Long Road to Here: Recent Trends in the Multiemployer Plan System," Labor and Employment Relations Association Winter Meeting, January 2016
  • "Multiemployer Pension Plans Respond to the Financial Crisis," by Judith F. Mazo and Eli Greenblum, Pension Research Council, 2011
  • “Options for Troubled Multiemployer Pension Plans in a Post-PPA World,” Benefits & Compensation Digest, September 2009

Leadership

Eli Greenblum

Senior Vice President and Chief Actuary, Washington, DC

Eli Greenblum

Contact Eli

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

Mr. Greenblum is a Senior Vice President and the Chief Actuary for Segal. Based in Segal’s Washington, DC office, he has overall responsibility for Segal’s Actuarial practice, coordinating the activities of the Office of the Chief Actuary and chairing the Company’s National Actuarial Policy Committee. Mr. Greenblum has over 30 years of managerial and actuarial consulting experience serving multiemployer, single employer and public sector clients.

Mr. Greenblum currently serves as the Enrolled Actuary for two national multiemployer pension plans and works with labor organizations regarding their staff pension arrangements.

Mr. Greenblum has been with Segal for over 30 years. He recently was elected to the Board of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries (CCA), completed a term as Vice President (Pension) and Chair of the Pension Practice Council for the American Academy of Actuaries (AAA) and is former Chair of the AAA Multiemployer Plans Subcommittee. He played an active role in pension reform efforts that led to passage of the Pension Protection Act of 2006 and subsequent relief legislation. A frequent panelist at professional actuarial conferences, he currently serves as a member of the Joint Program Committee for the Enrolled Actuaries Meeting.

Mr. Greenblum received a BA magna cum laude in Mathematics from the State University of New York at Albany. He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Fellow of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary.

Mr. Greenblum is a frequent speaker at the annual Enrolled Actuaries Meeting and at the CCA annual conference. He is frequently quoted in publications including BNA Pension & Benefits Reporter and Pensions & Investments. Articles and presentations include:

  • “Anatomy of a Successful Suspension of Benefits Application,” CCA Annual Conference October 2018
  • “Composite Plans: Discerning Fact from Fiction,” NCCMP Annual Conference, September 2016
  • “Are There Any Guarantees in Life?” Conference of Consulting Actuaries, Enrolled Actuaries Meeting, April 2016
  • "The Long Road to Here: Recent Trends in the Multiemployer Plan System," Labor and Employment Relations Association Winter Meeting, January 2016
  • "Multiemployer Pension Plans Respond to the Financial Crisis," by Judith F. Mazo and Eli Greenblum, Pension Research Council, 2011
  • “Options for Troubled Multiemployer Pension Plans in a Post-PPA World,” Benefits & Compensation Digest, September 2009

Leadership

Eli Greenblum

Eli Greenblum

Senior Vice President and Chief Actuary, Washington, DC

Contact Eli

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

Mr. Greenblum is a Senior Vice President and the Chief Actuary for Segal. Based in Segal’s Washington, DC office, he has overall responsibility for Segal’s Actuarial practice, coordinating the activities of the Office of the Chief Actuary and chairing the Company’s National Actuarial Policy Committee. Mr. Greenblum has over 30 years of managerial and actuarial consulting experience serving multiemployer, single employer and public sector clients.

Mr. Greenblum currently serves as the Enrolled Actuary for two national multiemployer pension plans and works with labor organizations regarding their staff pension arrangements.

Mr. Greenblum has been with Segal for over 30 years. He recently was elected to the Board of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries (CCA), completed a term as Vice President (Pension) and Chair of the Pension Practice Council for the American Academy of Actuaries (AAA) and is former Chair of the AAA Multiemployer Plans Subcommittee. He played an active role in pension reform efforts that led to passage of the Pension Protection Act of 2006 and subsequent relief legislation. A frequent panelist at professional actuarial conferences, he currently serves as a member of the Joint Program Committee for the Enrolled Actuaries Meeting.

Mr. Greenblum received a BA magna cum laude in Mathematics from the State University of New York at Albany. He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Fellow of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary.

Mr. Greenblum is a frequent speaker at the annual Enrolled Actuaries Meeting and at the CCA annual conference. He is frequently quoted in publications including BNA Pension & Benefits Reporter and Pensions & Investments. Articles and presentations include:

  • “Anatomy of a Successful Suspension of Benefits Application,” CCA Annual Conference October 2018
  • “Composite Plans: Discerning Fact from Fiction,” NCCMP Annual Conference, September 2016
  • “Are There Any Guarantees in Life?” Conference of Consulting Actuaries, Enrolled Actuaries Meeting, April 2016
  • "The Long Road to Here: Recent Trends in the Multiemployer Plan System," Labor and Employment Relations Association Winter Meeting, January 2016
  • "Multiemployer Pension Plans Respond to the Financial Crisis," by Judith F. Mazo and Eli Greenblum, Pension Research Council, 2011
  • “Options for Troubled Multiemployer Pension Plans in a Post-PPA World,” Benefits & Compensation Digest, September 2009