CIEBA, the Committee on Investment of Employee Benefit Assets, represents more than 110 of the country's largest pension funds. Its members manage more than $2 trillion of defined benefit and defined contribution plan assets on behalf of more than 17 million plan participants and beneficiaries. As the largest organization of corporate pension investment officers, CIEBA represents the interests of employee benefit plan sponsors before legislators, Congress, regulators, and the media. Click here to learn more. 

 CIEBA Comments to DOL on "Improving Investment Advice for Workers and Retirees"

CIEBA recently submitted an important letter supporting DOL’s efforts to enhance retirement security, particularly with respect to the aspects of participant rollovers.

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CIEBA Helps Coordinate Efforts for Pension Funding Stabilization

CIEBA recently submitted two important letters urging Congress to stabilize DB plan rules to provide more predictable and sustainable contribution levels for employers. The two letters are linked here. The first letter submitted by CIEBA lays out specific relief provisions, all of which were ultimately incorporated in the recently introduced HEROES Act on May 13, 2020. The second letter contains support from close to 100 organizations, many of whom are CIEBA Members, underscoring the importance and the need for this relief. Please contact CIEBA Executive Director, Dennis Simmons ([email protected]), if you have any questions.  

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 2020 March Virtual Working Group Meeting in Review

Take a look at our first virtual CIEBA meeting.

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CIEBA Issues Press Release on Alternatives In Defined Contribution Plans

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CIEBA Executive Director Comments on Alternatives in Defined Contribution Plans

Dennis Simmons, Executive Director of CIEBA, was recently quoted in an article in Pensions & Investments on alternatives in defined contribution plans. 

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2020 January Working Group Meeting in Review

Take a look at our January Working Group Meeting.


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