Robert Krebner

Robert Krebner

Robert Krebner

Consultant, Princeton

Mr. Krebner is a Consultant based in Segal’s Princeton, NJ office. He is part of Segal’s Corporate Retirement Practice and works with some of Segal’s largest corporate clients, including companies in the communications, sports and entertainment industries.

Mr. Krebner has been a member of the Administration Consulting group, a division of the New York Corporate Retirement Practice, since 2014 and has expertise in defined benefit retirement programs, which includes consulting for actuarial and technical issues, day-to-day administration, plan documentation and process improvement. In this capacity, he prepares benefit calculations for complex cases involving Qualified Domestic Relations Orders and Minimum Required Distributions, performs large-scale data reconciliation and assists in the completion of the administration of benefits and compliance reviews and RFP drafting.

In addition to benefit administration, he has experience providing assistance in actuarial and analytical operations of corporate retirement programs, annual actuarial pension valuations, forecasting and non-discrimination testing. He has provided support to the firm’s defined contribution practice and Compensation & Career Strategies practice.

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Krebner held various roles in accounting and tax law.

Mr. Krebner received a BS in Statistics and Economics from the University of Pittsburgh. He is currently participating in the firm’s actuarial study program pursuing actuarial credentials.

In 2017, Mr. Krebner received the prestigious Quality Star Award, the firm’s formal recognition for outstanding quality work and client service. In 2021, he also received the firm’s One-Company Award, which recognizes individuals who serve as a visible role model for collaboration and client focus that spans all business units, markets or practices.

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  • September 26, 2022

    Retirement Plan Documentation Mitigates Operational Risk

    Learn today's best practices for capturing DC and DB plan administration procedures and more to ensure you’re protected.

    Topics covered: Retirement, Benefits Administration, Multiemployer Plans, Public Sector, Hospitals and Health Systems, Higher Education, Corporate

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Robert Krebner

Robert Krebner

Robert Krebner

Consultant, Princeton

Mr. Krebner is a Consultant based in Segal’s Princeton, NJ office. He is part of Segal’s Corporate Retirement Practice and works with some of Segal’s largest corporate clients, including companies in the communications, sports and entertainment industries.

Mr. Krebner has been a member of the Administration Consulting group, a division of the New York Corporate Retirement Practice, since 2014 and has expertise in defined benefit retirement programs, which includes consulting for actuarial and technical issues, day-to-day administration, plan documentation and process improvement. In this capacity, he prepares benefit calculations for complex cases involving Qualified Domestic Relations Orders and Minimum Required Distributions, performs large-scale data reconciliation and assists in the completion of the administration of benefits and compliance reviews and RFP drafting.

In addition to benefit administration, he has experience providing assistance in actuarial and analytical operations of corporate retirement programs, annual actuarial pension valuations, forecasting and non-discrimination testing. He has provided support to the firm’s defined contribution practice and Compensation & Career Strategies practice.

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Krebner held various roles in accounting and tax law.

Mr. Krebner received a BS in Statistics and Economics from the University of Pittsburgh. He is currently participating in the firm’s actuarial study program pursuing actuarial credentials.

In 2017, Mr. Krebner received the prestigious Quality Star Award, the firm’s formal recognition for outstanding quality work and client service. In 2021, he also received the firm’s One-Company Award, which recognizes individuals who serve as a visible role model for collaboration and client focus that spans all business units, markets or practices.

Read insights from Robert

  • September 26, 2022

    Retirement Plan Documentation Mitigates Operational Risk

    Learn today's best practices for capturing DC and DB plan administration procedures and more to ensure you’re protected.

    Topics covered: Retirement, Benefits Administration, Multiemployer Plans, Public Sector, Hospitals and Health Systems, Higher Education, Corporate

    Read full insight

Contact Robert

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Robert Krebner

Consultant, Princeton

Robert Krebner

Contact Robert

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

Mr. Krebner is a Consultant based in Segal’s Princeton, NJ office. He is part of Segal’s Corporate Retirement Practice and works with some of Segal’s largest corporate clients, including companies in the communications, sports and entertainment industries.

Mr. Krebner has been a member of the Administration Consulting group, a division of the New York Corporate Retirement Practice, since 2014 and has expertise in defined benefit retirement programs, which includes consulting for actuarial and technical issues, day-to-day administration, plan documentation and process improvement. In this capacity, he prepares benefit calculations for complex cases involving Qualified Domestic Relations Orders and Minimum Required Distributions, performs large-scale data reconciliation and assists in the completion of the administration of benefits and compliance reviews and RFP drafting.

In addition to benefit administration, he has experience providing assistance in actuarial and analytical operations of corporate retirement programs, annual actuarial pension valuations, forecasting and non-discrimination testing. He has provided support to the firm’s defined contribution practice and Compensation & Career Strategies practice.

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Krebner held various roles in accounting and tax law.

Mr. Krebner received a BS in Statistics and Economics from the University of Pittsburgh. He is currently participating in the firm’s actuarial study program pursuing actuarial credentials.

In 2017, Mr. Krebner received the prestigious Quality Star Award, the firm’s formal recognition for outstanding quality work and client service. In 2021, he also received the firm’s One-Company Award, which recognizes individuals who serve as a visible role model for collaboration and client focus that spans all business units, markets or practices.

Read insights from Robert

  • September 26, 2022

    Retirement Plan Documentation Mitigates Operational Risk

    Learn today's best practices for capturing DC and DB plan administration procedures and more to ensure you’re protected.

    Topics covered: Retirement, Benefits Administration, Multiemployer Plans, Public Sector, Hospitals and Health Systems, Higher Education, Corporate

    Read full insight

Robert Krebner

Consultant, Princeton

Robert Krebner

Contact Robert

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

Mr. Krebner is a Consultant based in Segal’s Princeton, NJ office. He is part of Segal’s Corporate Retirement Practice and works with some of Segal’s largest corporate clients, including companies in the communications, sports and entertainment industries.

Mr. Krebner has been a member of the Administration Consulting group, a division of the New York Corporate Retirement Practice, since 2014 and has expertise in defined benefit retirement programs, which includes consulting for actuarial and technical issues, day-to-day administration, plan documentation and process improvement. In this capacity, he prepares benefit calculations for complex cases involving Qualified Domestic Relations Orders and Minimum Required Distributions, performs large-scale data reconciliation and assists in the completion of the administration of benefits and compliance reviews and RFP drafting.

In addition to benefit administration, he has experience providing assistance in actuarial and analytical operations of corporate retirement programs, annual actuarial pension valuations, forecasting and non-discrimination testing. He has provided support to the firm’s defined contribution practice and Compensation & Career Strategies practice.

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Krebner held various roles in accounting and tax law.

Mr. Krebner received a BS in Statistics and Economics from the University of Pittsburgh. He is currently participating in the firm’s actuarial study program pursuing actuarial credentials.

In 2017, Mr. Krebner received the prestigious Quality Star Award, the firm’s formal recognition for outstanding quality work and client service. In 2021, he also received the firm’s One-Company Award, which recognizes individuals who serve as a visible role model for collaboration and client focus that spans all business units, markets or practices.

Read insights from Robert

  • September 26, 2022

    Retirement Plan Documentation Mitigates Operational Risk

    Learn today's best practices for capturing DC and DB plan administration procedures and more to ensure you’re protected.

    Topics covered: Retirement, Benefits Administration, Multiemployer Plans, Public Sector, Hospitals and Health Systems, Higher Education, Corporate

    Read full insight

Robert Krebner

Robert Krebner

Consultant, Princeton

Contact Robert

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

Mr. Krebner is a Consultant based in Segal’s Princeton, NJ office. He is part of Segal’s Corporate Retirement Practice and works with some of Segal’s largest corporate clients, including companies in the communications, sports and entertainment industries.

Mr. Krebner has been a member of the Administration Consulting group, a division of the New York Corporate Retirement Practice, since 2014 and has expertise in defined benefit retirement programs, which includes consulting for actuarial and technical issues, day-to-day administration, plan documentation and process improvement. In this capacity, he prepares benefit calculations for complex cases involving Qualified Domestic Relations Orders and Minimum Required Distributions, performs large-scale data reconciliation and assists in the completion of the administration of benefits and compliance reviews and RFP drafting.

In addition to benefit administration, he has experience providing assistance in actuarial and analytical operations of corporate retirement programs, annual actuarial pension valuations, forecasting and non-discrimination testing. He has provided support to the firm’s defined contribution practice and Compensation & Career Strategies practice.

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Krebner held various roles in accounting and tax law.

Mr. Krebner received a BS in Statistics and Economics from the University of Pittsburgh. He is currently participating in the firm’s actuarial study program pursuing actuarial credentials.

In 2017, Mr. Krebner received the prestigious Quality Star Award, the firm’s formal recognition for outstanding quality work and client service. In 2021, he also received the firm’s One-Company Award, which recognizes individuals who serve as a visible role model for collaboration and client focus that spans all business units, markets or practices.

Read insights from Robert

  • September 26, 2022

    Retirement Plan Documentation Mitigates Operational Risk

    Learn today's best practices for capturing DC and DB plan administration procedures and more to ensure you’re protected.

    Topics covered: Retirement, Benefits Administration, Multiemployer Plans, Public Sector, Hospitals and Health Systems, Higher Education, Corporate

    Read full insight