Assessing and Navigating Declines in Pension Assets in the Wake of COVID-19

About the Advisory

April 13, 2020

The market downturn following the COVID-19 outbreak has left many U.S. pension plan sponsors uneasy and unsure of the financial effect on their plans. Generally, with a precipitous drop in assets, various measures of a plan's funding health will decline, and plan costs will rise. McGriff breaks down the situation we're facing right now in this coronavirus advisory. 

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