ICPM Discussion Forum – Spring 2005 Toronto

May 2005

Key Insights and Possible Action Items:

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Presentation Materials:

Keith Ambachtsheer

PAPER 1: DB Plans Under Siege: Can They Survive?

Jack Selody

PAPER 1: DB Plans Under Siege: Can They Survive?

Felix Chee

PAPER 1: DB Plans Under Siege: Can They Survive?

Dirk Broeders

PAPER 2: Pension Fund Dynamics

Rob Bauer

PAPER 2: Pension Fund Dynamics

Tom Steenkamp

PAPER 3: Funding Strategies for Mature Pension Plans: Can the Risks be Contained?

Stephen Milburn-Pyle

PAPER 3: Funding Strategies for Mature Pension Plans: Can the Risks be Contained?

Malcolm Hamilton

PAPER 3: Funding Strategies for Mature Pension Plans: Can the Risks be Contained?

Theo Nijman

PAPER 4: The Economic Value of Participation in Collective Dutch Pension Plans

John Hull

PAPER 4: The Economic Value of Participation in Collective Dutch Pension Plans

Gordon Hall

PAPER 4: The Economic Value of Participation in Collective Dutch Pension Plans

Eduard Ponds

PAPER 5: The Value of Intergenerational Transfers within DB Plans

Jeremy Gold

PAPER 5: The Value of Intergenerational Transfers within DB Plans

Don Raymond

PAPER 5: The Value of Intergenerational Transfers within DB Plans

Niels Kortleve

PAPER 6: DB Pension Plans and Fair Value: Practical Challenges

Robert Bertram

PAPER 6: DB Pension Plans and Fair Value: Practical Challenges