Douglas J. Fiddler FCA MAAA ASA EA

Senior Actuary, South Dakota Retirement System

Contact Information

South Dakota Retirement System
9429 Morning Glory Lane
Highlands Ranch, CO 80130
Douglas J. Fiddler, FCA, MAAA, ASA, EA Doug Fiddler joined the South Dakota Retirement System (SDRS) as a Senior Actuary in 2014. Prior to that, he worked as a consulting actuary for Buck Consultants in Denver and McCready and Keene in Indianapolis. Mr. Fiddler currently serves as the internal actuary for SDRS. As such, he prepares annual valuations, cost studies, experience studies and fiscal impact statements. In addition, he works with System staff, the Board of Trustees and outside consultants on various administration and plan design issues. In his prior role, he consulted with numerous state and local pension plans as well as private sector pension sponsors. In addition to his current role with SDRS, Mr. Fiddler is a member of the GFOA’s Committee on Retirement and Benefit Administration. Mr. Fiddler has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Wheaton College. He is a Fellow of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, an Associate of the Society of Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an ERISA enrolled Actuary.

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