Jeremy Gold, Actuary Who Warned of Pension Crisis, Dies at 75

2018-07-17T09:21:15-07:00July 17th, 2018|Categories: Pension Funding|Tags: |

Jeremy Gold, an actuary who more than 25 years ago warned of the financial debacles now slowly playing out among the cities and states that sponsor pension plans for their teachers, police officers, bus drivers and other workers, died on July 6 in Manhattan. He was 75. The cause was myelodysplastic syndrome and leukemia, his son, Jonathan, said. In 1985, Mr. Gold became one of the first American actuaries to work on Wall Street, straying from the profession’s typical [...]