pension fund

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Synonyms for pension fund

a fund reserved to pay workers' pensions when they retire from service

a financial institution that collects regular contributions from employers to provide retirement income for employees

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United Airlines shocked both the pension agency and its own employees in late July when it deferred a required quarterly payment of $72 million to its pension fund and planned no further payments while it remained in bankruptcy proceedings.
The allocation, it was claimed, doomed Japanese pension funds to substandard returns, because while the stock market was soaring, fixed income returns were in a secular decline.
Being a member of a pension fund a monthly contribution is deducted from his salary and paid over to the pension fund for his eventual retirement.
Real Estate is playing a more critical role in a fund's ability to deliver competitive current returns," said Mike McMenomy, pension fund advisor in CB Richard Ellis's Los Angeles office.
Jim Cullen, treasurer of General Synod, noted that the pension fund trustees have a fiduciary duty to increase investment income.
In its latest report, the Ministry of Health and Welfare said that as of March 31, 1999, only 30% of the country's 1,858 corporate pension funds were solvent.
The California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) is the only other pension fund with assets over $100 billion (an estimated $140 billion).
Our approach will be to work closely with a pension fund, its trustees and advisers to tailor solutions that are appropriate to a fund's longevity profile and presented in a clear policy.
The Boots pension fund trustees cannot say that they have not been warned and if they have not studied the history of the private equity industry in this matter then they are being negligent.
Use of the pension funds is part of an effort to make up for loss of money with the narrow defeat last week of Measure H, a $1 billion affordable housing program.
IATSE National Pension Fund will more than quadruple in size from their previous space at 55 West 39th Street to occupy the entire 3rd floor and a portion of the basement at 417 Fifth Avenue.
The pension fund divested its holdings as of December, 2001.
Chesterton initially wanted to purchase a pension fund advisory business to provide it access to the U.
top officials of the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority ( PFRDA).
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