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Managing Pension Plans A Comprehensive Guide to Improving Plan Performance

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ISBN-10: 0875847919

ISBN-13: 9780875847917

Edition: 1997

Authors: Dennis E. Logue, Jack S. Rader, Jack S. Rader, Jack S. Rader

List price: $115.00
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Pension funds are big business. They are important to employers, employees, governments, and society at large. With the increasing concern over dwindling retirement benefits and the effect on public awareness of recent pension fund crises, managing pension plans has never been more critical--and the pressure on those who are responsible for them has only intensified. Destined to become the classic resource on pension plan management, Managing Pension Plans explains everything you need to know for successful management of any pension plan--from how pension plans help sponsors manage their workforces to the latest in investment and risk management. With concise and practical guidance on ways…    
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Book details

List price: $115.00
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/15/1997
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 409
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.50" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.848
Language: English

Introduction: The Context of Pension Plan Management
Why Have Pension Plans at All?
Choosing the Best Pension Plan
The Prudent Pension Fiduciary: A Pragmatic View
Establishing Pension Investment Policy
The Asset Allocation Decision
Setting the Strategic Asset Allocation
Measuring the Investment Performance of Pension Funds
Improving Pension Fund Investment Performance
Managing Pension Fund Risk
Risk Management Strategies Using Derivative Securities
Managing Managers and the Costs of Investing
Decision Making and Accounting for Pensions
The Pension Plan as Shareholder
The Path to Better Pension Plan Management
Employee Stock Ownership Plans
An Example of a Multi-Employer Hybrid Pension Plan
Global Investing for Pension Funds
Measuring Returns
Adjusting for Risk
Example of an Equity Swap Hedge
Manager Selection
Issues for Corporations with Multinational Pension Obligations
A Guide for the Prudent Fiduciary
Glossary of Pension and Related Terms
References
Index
About the Authors