International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans


International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans
Consulting Actuary First Actuarial Consulting, Inc.

Mr. Egelberg is a consulting actuary in the Times Square office of FACT. Prior to joining FACT, he coordinated the development of another major firm’s nationwide actuarial and consulting services to U.S. multiemployer funds. Mr. Egelberg has 35 years of experience with retirement programs, helping clients address design, funding, compliance, administration and communication issues. Since 1993, he has been focusing on multiemployer pension plans and has experience with funds of all sizes in a wide variety of industries, including manufacturing, building and construction, entertainment, retail and transportation. Mr. Egelberg is a frequent speaker at trustee and professional education conferences for actuaries and attorneys and is an author on issues relating to funding and withdrawal liability under ERISA. He is a contributing editor of the Journal of Pension Benefits on multiemployer issues. Mr. Egelberg has also championed mentoring and training programs for actuarial students and was a frequent speaker at the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans intern program. In 2019 Mr. Egelberg is again serving as a member of the International Foundation Professionals Committee and also is a member of the Pension Section of the Annual Meeting Committee of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, where he is assisting with the development of the conference’s Multiemployer Plans Special Interest Group. He is an associate of the Society of Actuaries, a fellow of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, a member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an enrolled actuary under ERISA. Mr. Egelberg holds a B.A. degree in music and physics from Queens College, City University of New York

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