Public Sector Pension Plans
Simplify your pension plan with direct access to trusted actuaries
With Conrad Siegel, you unlock a level of expertise and understanding in compliance and administration that is unmatched in the Pennsylvania public sector. Our founder, Connie Siegel was instrumental in the drafting of Act 205 in 1984. Since then, our firm has been known for providing the gold standard in actuarial consulting services.
Our team of fully-credentialed actuaries brings a broad level of experience to each one of the plans we work with to help guide you through the challenges of the complex public sector pension environment, providing direct access to our diverse actuarial team to help quickly resolve any issues you run into.
“You are a breath of fresh air and a much better communicator than any actuary I have ever dealt with in my 15 year township manager career.”Aaron Bibro | Hatfield Township Manager
Public sector pension plan services:
- Funding and GASB
- Actuarial Valuations
- Plan Design and Projections
- Signature-Ready Government Filings
- Employee Benefit Statements & Communications
- Retirement Calculations & Estimates
- Total Retirement Outsourcing- web, hotline, and email access
- Support During Contract Negotiations and State Audits
- Arbitration Testimony
- Implementation of Defined Contribution Plans
- Plan Document Services
Direct access to experts
Work directly alongside our fully-credentialed actuaries.
Clear, concise communication
Regular updates on your plan in plain talk.
Unmatched actuarial expertise
60+ years actuarial experience serving 300+ municipal plans.
Accessible and responsive
Partnering with Conrad Siegel puts you a call away from expert guidance.
Custom-tailored approach to address the specific challenges of your plan.
Questions? Let us help you simplify the complex!
“When asked why I would recommend Conrad Siegel for municipal pension actuarial services, my number one reason would easily be their responsiveness. They are always available to us and they make us feel comfortable in making good, informed decisions.”The Borough of Pottstown