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.
Latest Pension News
A new research report finds that the retirement savings levels of working age Americans remain deeply inadequate despite economic recovery. An analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data reveals that the median retirement account balance among [...]
Between a recent White House retirement directive and more legislative proposals from Capitol Hill, plan executives and other retirement security advocates are encouraged that, while it might take months or years to see concrete change, Washington is paying attention. [...]
The Retirement Market: An Ocean Of Opportunity The executive order on retirement savings, which President Trump signed on Friday, shines a spotlight on corporate-sponsored retirement plans. The $28.0 trillion U.S. retirement market offers opportunities for growth in environmental, social [...]
Forty percent of U.K. defined contribution plan trustees who believe that DC investment strategies lack sophistication of defined benefit funds feel they will never catch up, according to a survey by consultant Hymans Robertson. In [...]
ESG investing is growing in the U.S. among institutional investors, with issues such as climate change, gender diversity and weapons distribution garnering significant attention. Institutional assets invested under environmental, social and governance principles in the [...]
For a rapidly growing share of older Americans, traditional ideas about life in retirement are being upended by a dismal reality: bankruptcy. The signs of potential trouble — vanishing pensions, soaring medical expenses, inadequate savings [...]