Corporate pension plans

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  1. Walt Disney Co. to contribute up to $375 million to plans in 2015

    trueThe Walt Disney Co. plans to contribute $350 million to $375 million to its defined benefit and postretirement medical plans in fiscal year 2015, which began Sept. 28, the company’s most recent 10-K filing shows.

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  1. PBGC multiemployer program deficit offsets single-employer improvement

    trueMultiemployer pension funds caused a record deficit for the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp., its annual report shows.

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  2. HSBC appoints new CEO for U.K. pension fund

    trueElizabeth Renshaw-Ames was appointed trustee CEO at HSBC Bank Pension Trust (U.K.).

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  3. UPS to deliver additional $1 billion pension contribution in fourth quarter

    trueUnited Parcel Service Inc. plans to make a $1 billion accelerated contribution to its defined benefit plans in the fourth quarter.

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  4. Makro Staff Pension Scheme completes buy-in with Rothesay Life

    trueThe Makro Staff Pension Scheme completed a £185 million ($291.5 million) pension buy-in with Rothesay Life, said Emma Watkins, partner at Lane Clark & Peacock and lead adviser on the deal.

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  5. About 70% of terminated vested employees accept Magnetek lump-sum offer

    trueMagnetek Inc. announced Wednesday that more than two-thirds of terminated vested participants in its defined benefit plan to whom the company offered a lump sum this fall have taken the offer.

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  6. Flowers Foods completes lump-sum offer with 60% acceptance

    trueFlowers Foods Inc. announced in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing Wednesday it has made a voluntary lump-sum offer to about 2,500 terminated vested employees who are yet to retire.

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  7. Milliman: Lower rates sink corporate funding ratios again

    trueThe funded status of the 100 largest U.S. corporate defined benefit plans fell to 84.8% in October, down 30 basis points from the previous month, said the Milliman 100 Pension Funding index.

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  8. Insurer Zurich proposes freezing its U.K. pension plans

    trueZurich Insurance Group Ltd. is proposing to harmonize pension benefits for all U.K. employees by freezing its defined benefit plan to future accruals, with the aim of safeguarding the sponsor against the ongoing effects of longevity and low interest rates.

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  9. Asset owners' returns fall in 3rd quarter, 2 reports find

    trueThe median return of all plans in the Wilshire Trust Universe Comparison Service and BNY Mellon Trust Universe and was -0.84% and -0.83%, respectively, for the third quarter of 2014, the first negative quarter since the second quarter last year.

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  10. CTL Engineering completes pension buyout with Aviva

    trueCTL Engineering Pension Scheme completed a full buyout with Aviva as part of an acquisition deal in which the pension fund’s sponsoring company, CTL Engineering Ltd., was involved.

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  11. Volatile October ends up leaving funding ratios relatively flat — 3 reports

    truehe funded status of U.S. corporate defined benefit plans was relatively unchanged in October, said monthly reports from BNY Mellon, Wilshire Consulting and Mercer.

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  12. CNA Financial makes lump-sum offer to former employees

    trueCNA Financial Corp. offered lump sums to about 11,000 former employees vested in its defined benefit plan.

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  13. Insolvency rate slowing for U.K. companies with pension funds — report

    trueThe insolvency rate of sponsoring employers with defined benefit plans that are eligible for inclusion in the U.K. Pension Protection Fund fell sharply over the nine months ended March 31.

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