Welcome CORPaTHians!

CORPaTH is an alliance of trustees, consultants, asset managers, administrators, elected officials and other professionals who oversee pension assets, Lifetime Income Security Accounts℠ (LISA) and Guaranteed Lifetime Income Accounts℠ (GLIA) for the benefit of working men and women who earn and deserve a secure retirement.

We work to perpetuate, protect and expand defined-benefit pension plans, as well as advocate on behalf of our members and insist on high-quality corporate governance and responsible investment strategies.

We also educate our members on issues critical to the current and future health of pension funds.

The “Core” of our strategy is to advance the financial and policy influences of key decision-makers of defined-benefit pension plans and to accelerate our unified actions with education, knowledge and commitment.

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Pension News

 

 

New Case Study Examines How Dismantling Pensions Triggered Mass Exodus of Public Safety Workers

A new case study examines the impacts of the 2012 actions of the Town of Palm Beach to close its existing defined benefit (DB) pension systems for its employees, including police officers and firefighters. The new “combined” retirement plans offered dramatically lower DB pension benefits and new individual 401(k)-style defined contribution (DC) retirement accounts. Shortly …

Canadian DB plans post positive returns in last quarter of 2017

Canadian defined benefit plans posted a median return of 4.29 per cent in the last quarter of 2017, a marked improvement compared to the median return of 0.55 per cent in the third quarter of the year, according to a report by BNY Mellon Asset Management Canada Ltd. The firm’s tracking service, which consists of 88 Canadian corporate, …

Tax Reform Fuels DB Plan Accelerated Funding

Since, under tax reform, the corporate tax rate will be lower in the future than what had previously been in effect, more voluntary defined benefit (DB) plan contribution activity is expected, according to Michael A. Moran, managing director and chief pension strategist with Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM). In a Q&A on GSAM’s website, Moran explains …