The SOA’s public-sector mortality study is designed to provide public pension actuaries and plan sponsors with information to help set mortality assumptions and includes separate mortality tables for teachers, public safety professionals and general members, respectively.
Tag: public DB plans
Second quarter rebounded slightly from last quarter, which posted negative median returns for all plans for the first time in nearly three years, according to Wilshire TUCS.
Market volatility weighed down returns, with Corporate Plans seeing a median first quarter loss of 0.78%.
A study finds most corporate pensions are winding down, while public defined benefit plans are trying to get stronger—paths that will require some common and some different strategies.
The move follows a passionate announcement from Connecticut's State Treasurer about why it feels divestment is the right thing to do.
The Wilshire Trust Universe Comparison Service (Wilshire TUCS) saw a median return of 3.59% for all plan types in the fourth quarter, the longest string of positive quarterly returns for all plan types since June 1998.