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The Milliman Daily Pension Tracker provides an accurate diagnosis of pension plans daily, allowing for plan sponsors to make prompt investment decisions to de-risk pension liability.
With the Milliman Daily Pension Tracker, plan sponsors can take a more proactive approach to managing the funded status of pension plans, efficiently and systematically reducing volatility and immunising pension liability. This tool allows companies to monitor the funded status of their pension plans on a daily basis – rather than the historical monthly, quarterly, or annual approach – so plan sponsors can take advantage of market conditions and reallocate assets on any given day. In addition, this tool provides the needed information to support a Liability Driven Investment strategy.
Ultimately, the Milliman Daily Pension Tracker allows plan sponsors to make appropriate investment decisions and check the overall health of their pension plans daily, which makes it easier to:
The Milliman Daily Pension Tracker helps plan sponsors with open, closed, or frozen pension plans as well as those with an asset allocation policy tied to the funded status (e.g., a “glide path” approach).
Using this daily market information, our tool estimates daily discount rates and funded status and then automatically informs plan sponsors of changes via email, text, or both.
Bret Linton is a principal and consulting actuary with the Seattle office of Milliman. He joined the firm in 2009.