Funding Policy for Pension Plans from the Plan Sponsor's Viewpointsometimes in the extreme, this last hat can be in direct conflict with the first two. However, I won't try ... Keith's. I wonder if some of you in the audience would care to comment upon what your perceptions are in the ...
Description: This 1981 discussion session focuses on funding policy for pension Plans in the United States and Canada from the plan sponsor's viewpoint. Topics include: 1.Alternative uses of cash, 2. Selection of the actuarial cost method, 3. Selection of actuarial assumptions, 4. External constraints such as regulatory constraints, labor agreements, accounting constraints and government contract reimbursement, 5. Use of projections and immunization theory, and 6. The effect of investment strategy on funding policy.Hide
- Authors: Keith J Dallas, Richard Daskais, Charles Schaller-Kelly, Murray A Segal
- Date: May 1981
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
- Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
- Topics: Pensions & Retirement>Assumptions and methods; Pensions & Retirement>Funding