Debt Market Lures Billions as Verizon, GM Pursue Pension Trade
Funding loans could ease the process of transferring the plan obligations to an insurer.
Mercer private exchange reports strong uptick
Mercer reported a 43 percent growth year over year in “expected total lives” covered by its exchange products.
The gender gap in company C-suites: unacceptably wide
Life insurers can benefit by increasing representation of women in their home offices and among advisors in the field.
Will health exchange roots break through your wall?
Private firms post user counts, add platforms and feel for gaps in the mortar.
Funded Ratio of U.S. Pension Plans Eroded Further in April
Mercer reported Monday that the funding levels of pension plans sponsored by S&P 1500 companies fell by 1% in April to 84%.
Mercer: Boards increase scrutiny of execs’ exit plans
Options and performance-based stock are the most prominent long-term incentive vehicles among surveyed companies.
Western workers have good bones
Mercer charts regional differences in short-term disability claim drivers.
Employers share more costs
One-fifth have dropped coverage options to try to avoid the "Cadillac plan" tax.
Taking health management to a new level [INFOGRAPHIC]
An infographic slideshow illustrating employers' increasing investment in health management.
Pension funding ratio up 21% in 2013
The pension funding levels of S&P 1500 companies were up 2 percent in December.