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  1. UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust's public equities managing director resigns

    trueWoody Tyler, managing director, public equities, at the $52 billion UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust, Ann Arbor, Mich., has resigned, said spokesman Matt Wood.

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  1. Pensions Trust CEO quits

    trueStephen Nichols resigned as CEO of The Pensions Trust.

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  2. Franklin Resources shareholders elect all directors, reject proposal on genocide divestment

    trueFranklin Resources Inc. shareholders on Wednesday elected all directors to the board and rejected a shareholder proposal calling for the company's investment management units to divest companies that contribute to genocide, all results that bucked contrary voting positions by some large pension ...

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  3. Sacramento Regional Transit District seeks custodian for 2 pension funds

    trueSacramento (Calif.) Regional Transit District is searching for a custodian for its two defined benefit pension funds, confirmed Colleen Trant, procurement analyst.

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  4. Multiemployer plans well on road to recovery, report says

    trueMultiemployer defined benefit plans hurt by the 2008 financial crisis are recovering as markets improve and trustees make adjustments, according to a new report from the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans and Horizon Actuarial Services.

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  5. PBGC eyes little-used tool for plan insolvencies

    truePBGC management hopes to take greater advantage of a little-used tool for restructuring multiemployer pension plans, as the number of candidates likely to seek the agency's help grows.

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  6. PBGC restructures multiemployer plan, takes over Hostess payments

    trueThe Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. restructured a multiemployer pension plan and took over benefit payments for former Hostess Brands participants, allowing the Bakery and Sales Drivers Local 33 Industry Pension Fund in Baltimore to remain solvent, the agency announced Friday.

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  7. Union pension fund sues over Suntory acquisition of Beam

    trueNECA-IBEW Pension Trust Fund filed suit Wednesday against Beam Inc. over its proposed takeover by Suntory Holdings Inc.

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  8. U.K. pension funding deficit plummets in December

    trueThe aggregate deficit of defined benefit occupational pension funds in the U.K. in the Pension Protection Fund's 7800 index, more than halved in December, to £27.6 billion ($45.3 billion).

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  9. Boeing union workers trade DB pension for employment promise

    trueBoeing Co. gained a decade of labor peace after its largest union voted to accept contract concessions — including moving to a defined contribution plan — in exchange for a promise to base production of the new 777X jet and three other models at the company's Seattle hub.

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  10. PBGC changes payment schedule on premiums to once a year

    trueThe PBGC announced Friday it would no longer require large single-employer and multiemployer defined benefit pension plans to pay their premiums twice a year.

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  11. PBGC deficit rises to nearly $36 billion

    trueThe PBGC had a record deficit of $35.7 billion as of Sept. 30.

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  12. Boeing's largest union rejects swapping pensions for 777X production

    trueBoeing Co.'s largest union balked at a company proposal to freeze pensions in exchange for rights to build the new 777X in Washington state, casting doubt over the future of manufacturing at the company's Seattle hub.

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  13. BNY Mellon U.S. Master Trust Universe returns median 4.47% in quarter

    trueThe median return of all plans in the BNY Mellon U.S. Master Trust Universe was 4.47% in the third quarter, a vast improvement from the -0.05% median return in the second quarter.

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