Aaron J.L. Pedowitz FCA MAAA FSA EA

Senior Principal, Mercer

Contact Information

400 West Market Street
Suite 700
Louisville, KY 40202
Aaron Pedowitz is a Senior Principal with Mercer’s Careers practice out of the Louisville, KY office. Aaron has 15 years of experience assisting clients with the benchmarking, design, compliance, financing and administration of remuneration programs (both compensation and benefits). He additionally focuses on the appropriate disclosure and communication of retirement benefits for both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. Aaron consults with clients in multiple industries to address executive and workforce remuneration matters, including recent projects with manufacturing, financial services, utilities, health care, and medical device companies. Aaron has also led multiple vendor searches to help clients determine their most appropriate and effective record-keeper for their nonqualified retirement plans. Before joining Mercer in 2003, Aaron worked with Ernst & Young LLP in an actuarial audit capacity, and at ING Group (now Voya Financial), specializing in analyzing and valuing general / separate account universal life products.

CCA Member Since 2018

Other Pension Subset

Executive Benefits: Strategy and New Developments 2020 CCA Virtual Annual Meeting (October 20, 2020)

Basics of Nonqualified Plans 2019 Enrolled Actuaries Meeting (April 08, 2019)

Executive Benefits and Nonqualified Plans 2018 CCA Annual Meeting (October 24, 2018)


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