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Capital Risk in Corporate Pensions

Corporate pension managers have not enjoyed the last fifteen years. The confluence of lower interests and equity performance resulted in funding deficits in their defined benefit pension plans. In some instances, the resulting cash flow impact tested the viability of the company. The response of corporations was to reduce the risk of the pension plan. These risk responses lock in the cost of prior ineffective pension management, which magnifies the impact of demographic changes and lower interest rates. These two risk factors, however, are turning from a headwind into a tailwind and pension regulations hold a valuable strategy option. Friends With Benefits. Employee turnover is a significant

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