Kathleen Riley

Kathleen Riley

Kathleen Riley

Senior Vice President and Actuary

Ms. Riley is a Senior Vice President and Actuary in Segal's Boston office. She is the Government Market Practice Leader for the Boston office, and is the former manager of the Boston office's Actuarial Department, where she oversaw all actuarial work performed.

Ms. Riley has extensive experience working with public sector retirement plans. She serves as the lead actuary and consultant for many “Chapter 32” clients and also works with several Taft-Hartley and corporate clients.

Ms. Riley has assisted various retirement boards in determining whether or not to adopt the early retirement incentives, the veteran’s buyback provisions and the COLA provided under Massachusetts pension legislation (Chapter 17 of the Acts of 1997). In addition, she has advised on the impact of other state legislative initiatives.

Recently, Ms. Riley worked with the Massachusetts State Board of Retirement to determine the cost of alternative retirement benefits for state and municipal public safety officers. She also has advised the State Police Association and has assisted the Essex County and Hampshire County Retirement Systems in evaluating the impact on the retirement system and member communities of the various proposals to redesign and/or abolish county government in Massachusetts.

Ms. Riley received an AB cum laude in Biology from Harvard University in 1980. Ms. Riley is a Member and Director on the Board of the American Academy of Actuaries, and serves on their Committee on Qualifications. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary.

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Kathleen Riley

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Kathleen Riley

Kathleen Riley

Senior Vice President and Actuary

Ms. Riley is a Senior Vice President and Actuary in Segal's Boston office. She is the Government Market Practice Leader for the Boston office, and is the former manager of the Boston office's Actuarial Department, where she oversaw all actuarial work performed.

Ms. Riley has extensive experience working with public sector retirement plans. She serves as the lead actuary and consultant for many “Chapter 32” clients and also works with several Taft-Hartley and corporate clients.

Ms. Riley has assisted various retirement boards in determining whether or not to adopt the early retirement incentives, the veteran’s buyback provisions and the COLA provided under Massachusetts pension legislation (Chapter 17 of the Acts of 1997). In addition, she has advised on the impact of other state legislative initiatives.

Recently, Ms. Riley worked with the Massachusetts State Board of Retirement to determine the cost of alternative retirement benefits for state and municipal public safety officers. She also has advised the State Police Association and has assisted the Essex County and Hampshire County Retirement Systems in evaluating the impact on the retirement system and member communities of the various proposals to redesign and/or abolish county government in Massachusetts.

Ms. Riley received an AB cum laude in Biology from Harvard University in 1980. Ms. Riley is a Member and Director on the Board of the American Academy of Actuaries, and serves on their Committee on Qualifications. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary.

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

Leadership

Kathleen Riley

Senior Vice President and Actuary

Kathleen Riley

Contact Kathleen

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

Ms. Riley is a Senior Vice President and Actuary in Segal's Boston office. She is the Government Market Practice Leader for the Boston office, and is the former manager of the Boston office's Actuarial Department, where she oversaw all actuarial work performed.

Ms. Riley has extensive experience working with public sector retirement plans. She serves as the lead actuary and consultant for many “Chapter 32” clients and also works with several Taft-Hartley and corporate clients.

Ms. Riley has assisted various retirement boards in determining whether or not to adopt the early retirement incentives, the veteran’s buyback provisions and the COLA provided under Massachusetts pension legislation (Chapter 17 of the Acts of 1997). In addition, she has advised on the impact of other state legislative initiatives.

Recently, Ms. Riley worked with the Massachusetts State Board of Retirement to determine the cost of alternative retirement benefits for state and municipal public safety officers. She also has advised the State Police Association and has assisted the Essex County and Hampshire County Retirement Systems in evaluating the impact on the retirement system and member communities of the various proposals to redesign and/or abolish county government in Massachusetts.

Ms. Riley received an AB cum laude in Biology from Harvard University in 1980. Ms. Riley is a Member and Director on the Board of the American Academy of Actuaries, and serves on their Committee on Qualifications. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary.

Leadership

Kathleen Riley

Senior Vice President and Actuary

Kathleen Riley

Contact Kathleen

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

Ms. Riley is a Senior Vice President and Actuary in Segal's Boston office. She is the Government Market Practice Leader for the Boston office, and is the former manager of the Boston office's Actuarial Department, where she oversaw all actuarial work performed.

Ms. Riley has extensive experience working with public sector retirement plans. She serves as the lead actuary and consultant for many “Chapter 32” clients and also works with several Taft-Hartley and corporate clients.

Ms. Riley has assisted various retirement boards in determining whether or not to adopt the early retirement incentives, the veteran’s buyback provisions and the COLA provided under Massachusetts pension legislation (Chapter 17 of the Acts of 1997). In addition, she has advised on the impact of other state legislative initiatives.

Recently, Ms. Riley worked with the Massachusetts State Board of Retirement to determine the cost of alternative retirement benefits for state and municipal public safety officers. She also has advised the State Police Association and has assisted the Essex County and Hampshire County Retirement Systems in evaluating the impact on the retirement system and member communities of the various proposals to redesign and/or abolish county government in Massachusetts.

Ms. Riley received an AB cum laude in Biology from Harvard University in 1980. Ms. Riley is a Member and Director on the Board of the American Academy of Actuaries, and serves on their Committee on Qualifications. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary.

Leadership

Kathleen Riley

Kathleen Riley

Senior Vice President and Actuary

Contact Kathleen

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

Ms. Riley is a Senior Vice President and Actuary in Segal's Boston office. She is the Government Market Practice Leader for the Boston office, and is the former manager of the Boston office's Actuarial Department, where she oversaw all actuarial work performed.

Ms. Riley has extensive experience working with public sector retirement plans. She serves as the lead actuary and consultant for many “Chapter 32” clients and also works with several Taft-Hartley and corporate clients.

Ms. Riley has assisted various retirement boards in determining whether or not to adopt the early retirement incentives, the veteran’s buyback provisions and the COLA provided under Massachusetts pension legislation (Chapter 17 of the Acts of 1997). In addition, she has advised on the impact of other state legislative initiatives.

Recently, Ms. Riley worked with the Massachusetts State Board of Retirement to determine the cost of alternative retirement benefits for state and municipal public safety officers. She also has advised the State Police Association and has assisted the Essex County and Hampshire County Retirement Systems in evaluating the impact on the retirement system and member communities of the various proposals to redesign and/or abolish county government in Massachusetts.

Ms. Riley received an AB cum laude in Biology from Harvard University in 1980. Ms. Riley is a Member and Director on the Board of the American Academy of Actuaries, and serves on their Committee on Qualifications. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary.