The Pension Plan is Dead, Long Live the Pension Plan: New Trends in Pension and Other Retirement Plan Design

  • 30 Oct 2014
  • 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Teleconference

Registration


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Date

Time

Country

Thursday, October 30th, 2014

10:30 a.m USA/Canada: Eastern Daylight Savings Time
  3:30 p.m UK
  4:30 p.m Central European Time/South Africa

* A replay will be available on the IPEBLA website after the webinar

 

Join us for a reprise of one of the most popular workshops at the recent IPEBLA joint conference with the American Bar Association and Canadian Bar Association – Chicago 2014: Beneifts Without Borders. This webinar will be conducted in English.

 

  Speakers

 Teun Huijg, Stibbe , Netherlands
 Jana Steele, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP, Canada  
 Carolyn Trenda, McGuire Woods LLP, USA 

  Moderator 

 Carol Weiser, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP, USA

 

 

The Pension Plan is Dead, Long Live the Pension Plan: New Trends in Pension and Other Retirement Plan Design

 

Traditional defined benefit and defined contribution models face increased scrutiny.

 

·        For DC plans, there is no pooling of longevity or investment risk, and members generally are left with complicated decision making.

 

·        For DB plans, there are cost uncertainty issues from the plan sponsor’s perspective. In addition, with the changing demographics and low interest rates, many DB plans are facing sustainability issues.

 

While many jurisdictions are seeking creative solutions to tweak the DB and the DC model to overcome these challenges, some jurisdictions are also considering other plan design options that incorporate certain of the DB and DC attributes, but attempt to address some of these issues. This webinar features speakers from Canada, the Netherlands and the United States, who will examine pension innovations and trends in their respective jurisdictions.

 

Length of Webinar:

 

The panel discussion will run for approximately 80 minutes, followed by a 10-minute question and answer session. This presentation will be added to the IPEBLA website, and can be viewed with a password. The replay will include the presentation and questions and answers but will not include an opportunity to ask questions.

 

Webinar Format:

 

Participants will dial in to hear the audio portion of the presentation, and log into a program on their computer where they can watch the presentation slides live on their screen. Those who have signed up for the webinar will receive an electronic confirmation with dial-in instructions, log-in instructions, and any other materials the speakers prepare for the call.

 

For those joining the live discussion, you will have the opportunity to ask questions of the speakers. For those joining the replay, you will hear the replay and the question and answer session.


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