SEI Poll: Plans Not Prepared for Pension Reforms

Sorondo, Marc
February 2006
Investment Management Weekly;2/13/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p1
Focuses on a survey conducted by SEI Investments which find out that 78 percent of executives responsible for the management of defined benefit plans in the U.S. are not prepared for pension reforms. Percentage of executives surveyed which revealed that their organizations had already closed or frozen their pension plans; Implications of the findings of the survey.


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