Quantifying risks helps reduce the uncertainty in managing plans
With Pension Plan Risk, You Can't Manage What You Don't Measure
 

The next step in our multiemployer retirement plan risk series moves from identifying the various risks to measuring them.

There are the two primary approaches to quantifying risk: deterministic projections and stochastic projections. While other methods can be used to quantify risks for pension plans, deterministic and stochastic projections provide the most effective and efficient method for displaying how the various risk factors affect the major funding metrics.

A new issue of Segal Consulting’s Ideas, “Quantifying Defined Benefit Retirement Plan Risk,” focuses on how these projection tools can quantify measurable risks and outcomes, answer questions based on a range of results, and help retirement plan trustees make informed decisions.
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