Solving pension funded status crisis by reducing pension riskAs participants in the financial markets watch the Fed like hawks, each wanting to be the first to discern when interest rates will rise, pension plan sponsors are grappling with a different challenge: How can a plan cost-effectively mitigate the effects of the low-interest-rate environment on its funded status without putting plan assets in too much jeopardy when the external environment changes?

To get a better handle on what pension plan managers should be doing today to prepare for the highly anticipated rate increases, Treasury & Risk spoke with Mike Moran, pension strategist with Goldman Sachs Asset Management.


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