Designed Benefit Incentives
St. Louis, Missouri
Mr. Dunlop has spent most of his 30-plus years’ career in benefits working with installation, funding, communication and administration of employee benefit and investment plans. Past experiences include being the regional wholesaler (director) for Mass Mutual’s large corporate market and U.S. insurance group coordinating institutional sales. Prior to that he was part of the leadership team that administers self-funded trusts and compliance and participation issues for the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod. Other former employers include Mutual of America, Financial Data Planning, Aetna and Metropolitan. Mr. Dunlop has been a faculty member at various entities including the University of Miami (Florida), St. Louis University, Maryville and currently is a part-time adjunct at the University of Missouri–St. Louis. He has been a CEBS instructor since 1983. Mr. Dunlop received his master’s degrees (M.S.M., M.S.F.S.) from the American College in Pennsylvania and his B.B.A. degree with a health and welfare/pension and actuarial concentration from The College of Insurance (now part of St. John’s University) in New York. He has served as past president of the St. Louis Chapter of ISCEBS.
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Administrative Problems in Section 125 Plans