"Three Ways To Reduce Maryland's Pension Liabilities"

From the Maryland Public Policy Institute (MPPI) a study by Carol Park: ”On June 30, 2017, the 30-largest public pension funds in the United States, with combined assets of $2.65 trillion, reported a group median funded status of 75.32 percent. At that time, the Maryland State Retirement and Pension System (MSRPS), the 22nd-largest public pension fund in the country, reported a funded status of 69.4 percent. …The [MPPI] study identified three main problems underlying Maryland’s pension crisis: undervalued pension liability, underperforming investment, and inadequate cost sharing.”

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