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  1. Multiemployer plan woes put companies under pressure, Moody's report says

    trueMost U.S. multiemployer pension plans are still poorly funded, according to a Moody's Investors Service

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  1. Majority of multiemployer plans well funded; 9% 'critical and declining' — survey

    trueA majority of multiemployer pension funds continued to be in the well-funded “green zone” in calendar year 2015, according to Segal Consulting’s latest Survey of Plans’ Zone Status released Wednesday.

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  2. Teamsters, machinists, aerospace unions support bill to repeal multiemployer reforms

    trueInternational Brotherhood of Teamsters endorsed legislation introduced Thursday that would repeal the Multiemployer Pension Reform Act of 2014.

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  3. Central States unveils website for rescue plan to save underfunded pension plan

    trueTeamsters Central States, Southeast & Southwest Areas Pension Plan acknowledged “clearly the math will never work” on funding its defined benefit plan, said a new website it created to provide details of a “rescue plan” it is developing.

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  4. Treasury Department preps regulations for implementing multiemployer law

    trueThe Treasury Department on Wednesday released proposed and temporary regulations for implementing the Multiemployer Pension Reform Act of 2014, which among other things, allows severely distressed plans to reduce benefits and allows the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. to partition some plans to save ...

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  5. Corporate pension funds again top BNY Mellon Master Trust Universe

    trueThe median return of all plans in the BNY Mellon U.S. Master Trust Universe was 2.4% in the first quarter of 2015, up from 1.62% in the fourth quarter of 2014 and driven by strong returns in non-U.S. equities and real estate.

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  6. Senators urge caution on multiemployer cuts

    trueDemocratic members of the Senate Finance Committee asked Treasury Department officials to tread carefully as they develop the process for implementing multiemployer pension reforms enabling some plans to cut benefits.

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  7. Advocates push for more multiemployer reform

    trueMultiemployer pension reform advocates continue to pursue what they consider a critical missing piece in new legislation: a regulatory green light to do more alternative plan designs.

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  8. Milliman: Multiemployer pension funding ratios drop slightly in 2014

    trueThe aggregate funded status of U.S. multiemployer pension plans fell slightly to 80% in 2014, down one percentage point from the end of 2013, as liabilities rose faster than assets, said a report from Milliman.

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  9. PBGC study: Multiemployer benefit cuts will be deeper

    trueMore than half of multiemployer plan participants will have their benefits reduced if their plans become insolvent and rely on government guarantees in the near future, said a study released Wednesday by the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp.

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  10. Sheet Metal Workers' pension fund administrator to retire

    trueMarc LeBlanc is retiring as fund administrator and general counsel of the $4 billion Sheet Metal Workers’ National Pension Fund, Fairfax, Va.

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  11. Merchant Navy Ratings plan gets approval to require all employers to pay down deficit

    trueTrustees of the Merchant Navy Ratings Pension Fund won approval from the High Court of Justice on Wednesday to introduce a new deficit contribution plan that requires all employers to pay contributions to deal with a more than £300 million ($462.8 million) deficit.

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  12. Pension cuts? All I worked "now was for nothing'

    truePension cuts? All I worked "now was for nothing'

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  13. Society of Actuaries: Expect long-term increase to minimum required contributions

    trueMinimum required contributions for private-sector defined benefit plans have dipped in recent years, but are poised to rise again in the long term, the Society of Actuaries said.

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