QBI Grows Actuarial
Retirement plan design firm QBI announced it is expanding its actuarial team by welcoming three new employees. Steven Singer, Dan Jock and Justin Greindl
will join current actuaries Gary Mevorah, Michael Burkow and Nathan Gasaway.
Singer comes to the firm with decades of experience in the
industry. For the last 27 years, he ran his own consulting actuary business.
Jock, who will be
serving part-time, has been running his own business Cornerstone
Retirement Plan Advisors for the past decade. Greindl, who will be serving on a
contractual basis, has spent the last 12 years working with large corporate
employee benefit firms and small boutique third-party administrator (TPA)
In addition, two defined benefit (DB) consultants have
joined QBI in its Woodland Hills and Irvine offices.
"We have a great team of talented and conscientious
individuals,” says Gary Mevorah, QBI’s senior actuary. “In my 25 plus
years in the pension actuarial field, being able to lead and work with this
group has been the most gratifying experience of my career. QBI and our
actuarial team are going in a great direction and we look forward to sharing
our retirement plan expertise for many years to come.”
The firm notes the expanded actuarial and consulting team
supports QBI’s clients on a broad range of services ensuring that they are in
compliance with the law, calculating employers' liabilities for their
defined benefit pension plans and determining contributions to be made to their