Volatility in interest rates and market returns have had major impacts on capital market assumptions over the last few years. This trend looks likely to continue as we head further into 2022. From an actuarial point of view, how does this impact the expected return on the asset assumption setting process?
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We will allow time at the end of the session to address audience questions.
About our speakers
Kevin Spanier, ASA, EA, FCA, MAAA | Kevin is a Principal and public pension actuary in the Wealth practice and consults with clients on all areas of plan design, administration, plan document interpretation, benefit calculations, contribution strategy, and financial reporting and disclosure requirements. He is a frequent guest speaker at conferences, leading educational sessions on actuarial topics.
Chris Snel, ASA, EA, CFA, QKA | Chris is a Director in Buck's Wealth practice and specializes in defined benefit and defined contribution plan consulting and administration, as well as pension risk management. He has extensive experience with funding, accounting, and CAS actuarial valuations and projections, non-discrimination testing, experience studies, asset/liability management and plan design strategies.