"Navigating Pension Plan De-Risking: Significant Implications to Employers and Retirement Policy", LIVE Webcast, 3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. ET
The interest in pension plan de-risking continues to heighten among corporate sponsors across the United States, as plan sponsors look for ways to reduce volatility on the balance sheet, in net income and in cash contributions. Two of the de-risking strategies that employers may engage include offering lump-sum distributions to retirees and/or transferring liabilities to a third-party insurer. These strategies offer clear advantage to plan sponsors, but may also pose potential pitfalls to the company's retirement policy. To avoid unnecessary risk and volatility, companies must select the strategy that best suits their needs and will carry them through the next years to come.
In a two-hour LIVE Webcast, the speakers will discuss:
- Pension Plan De-risking – An Overview
- Pension Plan Liabilities and Benefit Obligations
- Pension De-Risking Strategies
- Managing Risk and Opportunities
- Legal Challenges and Risks
Thursday, September 22, 2016
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