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US Corporate Pension Mid-Year Update: Eyeing the Exit

De-risking remains a priority for many sponsors, but the recent decline in interest rates has held back improvements in funded levels from strong equity markets. Despite this, we see sponsors taking more aggressive steps in their de-risking programs, a trend we expect to continue as more seek to develop “end games” for their plans. In this mid-year update, we provide some thoughts and observations around topical issues for US corporate defined benefit plans. We also provide an update on certain regulatory developments from the first half of 2019.

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May 2019
US Corporate Pension De-Risking: More Than Just Bonds

The trend of US corporate defined benefit (DB) pension plans engaging in de-risking programs is firmly in place and a variety of factors have coalesced over the past ten-plus years which have guided plans to consider de-risking actions.

March 2019 | Pension Solutions
2018 Pension Review "First Take"

Each year, we perform a comprehensive review of defined benefit (DB) pension plans of every company in the S&P 500 and provide initial impressions on the issues and factors impacting corporate DB plan sponsors. In this year’s Pension Review “First Take:” Groundhog Day, we outline key findings from our analysis and several transitions that are impacting the pension landscape.