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TAUC MEMBERS -- WATCH ONLINE NOW! Free Webinar from TAUC & Segal Consulting: "Demistifying Withdrawal Liability"

November 7 2017

TAUC, in conjunction with Segal Consulting, hosted a free members-only webinar on November 29, 2017 — and you can watch it online now!

CLICK HERE TO WATCH

This one-hour webinar, Demystifying Withdrawal Liability, explained the issues involved when an employer wishes to withdraw from a multiemployer pension plan. ERISA has created special industry rules and construction is one of the noted industries, so we believe this webinar will be of particular interest to members.

You will learn:

  • The history and basic concepts behind Withdrawal Liability


  • The mechanics of how a construction employer’s liability would be determined


  • Key details regarding the selection of valuation assumptions, and


  • Under what conditions is withdrawal liability abated or waived.

Finally, you’ll hear a summary of other key topics such as business reorganization and mass withdrawals.

The webinar was led by:

Joshua Kaplan, Vice President and Actuary in Segal’s New York office with over 26 years of experience. He is a member of the New York actuarial management team and supervises the actuarial exam program. Mr. Kaplan is the enrolled actuary for 15 multiemployer plans and a senior reviewer for several others in a wide range of industries.

Tammy Dixon, Vice President and Actuary in Segal’s Washington, DC office. She has over 25 years of consulting experience working with pension plans for all types of employers, and of varying sizes. Ms. Dixon is the former manager of Segal’s Los Angeles office’s actuarial department. She supervises the annual valuations of multiemployer and public sector plans and handles related issues such as minimum required and maximum tax-deductible contributions, legislative analyses, benefit improvements, and benefit redesign.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH

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