1 West Virginia Department of Public Safety Death, Disability and Retirement Fund (Plan A) Actuarial Valuation As of July 1, 2013 Prepared by: for the West Virginia Consolidated Public Retirement Board January 2014
2 January 15, 2014 West Virginia Consolidated Public Retirement Board 4101 MacCorkle Avenue, SE Charleston, WV Re: West Virginia Department of Public Safety Death, Disability and Retirement Fund (Plan A) Actuarial Valuation as of July 1, 2013 Retirement Board Members: We respectfully present our report on the actuarial valuation of the West Virginia Department of Public Safety Death, Disability and Retirement Fund (Plan A) as of July 1, This valuation presents the annual cost and related liabilities of the plan as of the valuation date. Some key highlights are: The valuation was prepared based on an assumed interest rate of 7.50%. The State contribution is determined as the State normal cost plus a level-dollar amortization amount that will fund the unfunded actuarial liability by June 30, The required state contribution for Fiscal Year 2015 is $20,860,000. This report contains supporting data and background information pertaining to the development of costs and related liabilities of the plan. The valuation is based on: membership data as of June 30, 2013, maintained by the West Virginia Consolidated Public Retirement Board, and financial information received from the West Virginia Investment Management Board. This report presents fairly the actuarial position of the West Virginia Department of Public Safety Plan A as of July 1, 2013, in accordance with generally accepted actuarial principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding valuation. In our opinion, the assumptions used in preparing the liabilities and costs are individually reasonable in respect to Plan A experience and represent our best estimate of anticipated experience under Plan A. We are prepared to certify the results of this report as required at any time. 101 Federal Street, Suite 900 Boston, MA (fax)
3 Retirement Board Members January 15, 2014 Page 2 Future actuarial measurements may differ significantly from current measurements due to plan experience differing from that anticipated by the economic and demographic assumptions, increases or decreases expected as part of the natural operation of the methodology used for these measurements, and changes in plan provisions or applicable law. An analysis of the potential range of such future measurements is beyond the scope of this valuation. I am a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and a member of the American Academy of Actuaries. I meet the Qualification Standards of the Academy to render the actuarial opinions contained in this report. This report has been prepared in accordance with all applicable Actuarial Standards of Practice, and I am available to answer questions about its contents. Respectfully submitted, David L. Driscoll, FSA, EA Principal and Consulting Actuary
4 Table of Contents Section Page Summary of Valuation...1 Summary of the Retirement Fund s Provisions...15 Methods, Factors, and Assumptions...21 Appendix: Detailed Decrement Assumptions...24
5 Summary of Valuation Page 1 This report presents the results of the July 1, 2013, actuarial valuation of the West Virginia Department of Public Safety Death, Disability, and Retirement Fund (Plan A). The development of the results, including for comparison purposes the previous valuation s results as of July 1, 2012, is presented in Table 1. The report includes disclosure information under Statements 25 and 27 of the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB). A summary of the plan features, a summary of the method, factors and assumptions, and supplementary membership tables used in the valuation are also included. Valuation Results The West Virginia Department of Public Safety (Plan A) is a defined benefit plan providing benefits to State Troopers who were hired prior to March 12, Plan A provides unreduced monthly benefits to members upon retirement at age 50 after completing 20 years of contributory service, or at any age after completing 25 years of service including credited military service. The plan also provides benefits in the event of disability or death while active, and deferred benefits to members who terminate prior to retirement, providing plan eligibility conditions are met. The plan is funded through state contributions of 15% of gross payroll and member contributions of 9% of gross payroll. In addition, the State also contributes revenue from arrest fees and related services, as well as a calculated amount such that the existing unfunded liability will be amortized by June 30, 2025, as a level dollar amount. The June 30, 2025, date is the endpoint of a 30-year funding period that began on June 30, 1995, which was established under an informal agreement among the interested parties. This policy is not memorialized in statute or rules. The major purpose of the valuation is to calculate the projected contribution actuarially required to meet the 30-year funding objective.
6 Summary of Valuation Page 2 The valuation indicates that State level-dollar contribution of $19,417,000 plus each future year s normal cost will be sufficient to fund the future benefit accruals and the existing unfunded liability of $159,609,000 by June 30, Comments on Valuation Results Table 1 presents the development of the valuation results as of July 1, 2013, and for comparison purposes July 1, The unfunded liability as of July 1, 2013 is $159,609,000. Table 2 presents a projection of the unfunded actuarial accrued liability to June 30, The unfunded actuarial accrued liability at the valuation date is $159,609,000. This table illustrates the expected pattern of change in the unfunded liability over the remaining 11-year period. Under the funding target, it is expected that the unfunded liability will decrease each year until it is zero at the end of the 11-year period. Table 3 presents a cash flow projection of the expected asset balances, contributions, disbursements, and earnings over the next 20 years.
7 Summary of Valuation Page 3 Funding Progress Information required under Governmental Accounting Standards Board Statement Numbers 25 and 27 (GASB 25 and GASB 27) is presented in Table 4. Plan asset information is presented in Table 5 and Table 6. Plan Membership A summary of plan membership, with a comparison to the prior valuation, follows: Group July 1, 2013 July 1, 2012 Actives Retirees & Beneficiaries Terminated Vested 4 3 Terminated Nonvested 1 1 Total recognized in the valuation Table 7 presents a reconciliation of plan membership over the year. Table 8 shows the number and average compensation rate for active participants by five-year age and service groupings as of July 1, Table 9 shows the number and monthly benefits of retirees and beneficiaries included in the valuation distributed by fifth age groups. Table 10 shows a similar distribution for terminated participants entitled to deferred benefits.
8 Summary of Valuation Page 4 Table 1 Development of Valuation Results July 1, 2013 July 1, 2012 Membership Active Inactive Total Present Value of Future Benefits a. Active $ 92,925,000 $ 95,420,000 b. Inactive - Retirees 432,008, ,368,000 - Disabled Retirees 119,598, ,069,000 - Beneficiaries 43,163,000 42,216,000 - Vested Terminated 1,151, ,000 - Non-Vested Terminated 43,000 41,000 c. Total $ 688,888,000 $ 674,453, Actuarial Accrued Liability $ 679,931,000 $ 663,341, Assets (Market Value) 520,322, ,345, Unfunded Actuarial Accrued Liability 7/13 (7/12): (2) - (3) $ 159,609,000 $ 185,996, Employer Normal Cost Rate a. Present Value of Future Normal Cost: (1c) - (2) $ 8,957,000 $ 11,112,000 b. Present Value of Future Payroll 24,577,000 30,243,000 c. Total Normal Cost as a % of Payroll: (5a) / (5b) 36.44% 36.74% d. Member Share 9.00% 9.00% e. State Share: (5c) - (5d) 27.44% 27.74% f. Total Payroll for FY 2014 (2013) for Plan A 5,988,000 6,779,000 g. Payroll for FY 2015 (2014) for Plan A 5,072,000 6,686,000 h. State Share: (5e) x (5f) x ,704,000 1,950,000 i. State Normal Cost for FY 2015 (2014): (5e) x (5g) x $ 1,443,000 $ 1,923, Total State Contribution a. Total FY 2014 (2013) Payroll for All DPS $ 37,405,000 $ 37,788,000 b. Required Contribution Rate for FY 2014 (2013) 67.23% 40.12% c. State FY 2014 (2013) Contribution (MOY) 25,146,000 15,162,000 d. Amortization Payment (MOY) 19,417,000 23,223,000 e. State FY 2015 (2014) Contribution (MOY): (5i) + (6d) $ 20,860,000 $ 25,146,000
9 Summary of Valuation Page 5 Table 2 Projection of Unfunded Accrued Liability and Annual Contributions Fiscal Year Unfunded Ending Liability at State Amortization Total State 6/30 Beg. of Year Normal Cost of Unfunded Contributions 2014 $ 159,609,000 $ 1,704,000 $ 23,442,000 $ 25,146, ,274,000 1,443,000 19,417,000 20,860, ,188,000 1,371,000 19,417,000 20,788, ,420,000 1,058,000 19,417,000 20,475, ,920, ,000 19,417,000 20,384, ,632, ,000 19,417,000 20,106, ,497, ,000 19,417,000 19,985, ,452, ,000 19,417,000 19,717, ,429, ,000 19,417,000 19,643, ,354, ,000 19,417,000 19,577, ,149, ,000 19,417,000 19,531, ,728,000 74,000 19,417,000 19,491,000
11 Summary of Valuation Page 7 Table 4 GASB 25 and GASB 27 Supplementary Disclosure Information as of June 30, 2013 Governmental Accounting Standards Board Statements 25 and 27 set forth certain items of required supplementary information to be disclosed in the financial statement of the System and the employer. The following information is intended to be used for this purpose in conjunction with other information prepared by the auditor. 1. Number of Members as of June 30, 2013 and June 30, 2012 Group June 30, 2013 June 30, 2012 Retirees, disabled retirees, and beneficiaries currently receiving benefits Terminated employees entitled to benefits, but not yet receiving benefits 4 3 Terminated employees entitled to a return of employee contributions 1 1 Active Plan members Vested Non-Vested 0 0 Total Schedule of Funding Progress Actuarial Valuation Date Actuarial Value of Assets (a) Actuarial Accrued Liability (Entry Age) (b) Unfunded Accrued Liability (UAL) (b - a) Funded Ratio (a / b) Covered Payroll (c) UAL as a Percentage of Covered Payroll (b - a) / (c) 6/30/02 $ 91,095,000 $ 416,938,000 $ 325,843, % $ 14,314,000 2,276.4% 6/30/03 99,409, ,869, ,460, % 13,496,000 2,581.9% 6/30/04 118,080, ,119, ,039, % 12,273,000 2,803.2% 6/30/05 361,390, ,429, ,039, % 11,252,000 1,102.4% 6/30/06 452,794, ,828,000 54,034, % 11,128, % 6/30/07 513,009, ,393,000 14,384, % 10,997, % 6/30/08 459,182, ,623,000 88,441, % 10,400, % 6/30/09 362,927, ,579, ,652, % 10,215,000 2,062.2% 6/30/10 404,444, ,729, ,285, % 8,960,000 2,079.1% 6/30/11 481,994, ,245, ,251, % 8,001,000 1,552.9% 6/30/12 477,345, ,341, ,996, % 6,779,000 2,743.7% 6/30/13 520,322, ,931, ,609, % 5,988,000 2,665.5%
12 Summary of Valuation Page 8 3. The information presented in the required supplementary schedules was determined as part of the actuarial valuation at July 1, Additional information follows. Valuation date July 1, 2013 Actuarial cost method Amortization method Remaining amortization period Asset valuation method Entry age Level dollar amount 11 years Market value Actuarial assumptions: Investment rate of return 7.50% Projected salary increases 5.00% per year for the first 2 years of service, 4.50% for the first 3 years of service, 4.00% for the next 5 years, and 3.25% thereafter Inflation Rate 3.00%
13 Summary of Valuation Page 9 Table 5 Valuation Assets as of June 30, 2013 June 30, 2013 June 30, 2012 Assets Investments at Fair Value $ 520,323,000 $ 477,386,000 Cash with State Treasurer - 1,000 Contributions Receivable - - Participant Loans Receivable - - Miscellaneous Revenue Receivable - - Total Assets $ 520,323,000 $ 477,387,000 Liabilities Accrued Expenses and Other Payables (1,000) (42,000) Net Assets for Pension Benefits $ 520,322,000 $ 477,345,000 Post Audit Adjustment - - Net Assets after Audit Adjustment $ 520,322,000 $ 477,345,000
14 Summary of Valuation Page 10 Table 6 Statement of Changes in Net Assets for Benefits for Year Ended June 30, 2013 Net Assets for Pension Benefits - Beginning of Year $ 477,345,000 Additions Contributions Member 628,000 Employer 1,150,000 Special Appropriation 0 Other Income 0 Subtotal 1,778,000 Investment Income Net Appreciation in Fair Value ¹ 60,742,000 Loan Interest 0 Subtotal 60,742,000 Other Income 15,973,000 Total 78,493,000 Deductions and Transfers Benefit Expense 35,464,000 Refunds of Contributions 0 Scholarships 0 Administrative Expenses 52,000 Transfers (to)/from plans 0 Total 35,516,000 Net Increase 42,977,000 Net Assets for Pension Benefits - End of Year $ 520,322,000 Investment Return for Year: Valuation purposes (assumes mid-year transactions and offsets investment income by investment and administrative expense) 12.95% Per Investment Management Board (time-weighted, excluding administrative expense) 13.10% ¹ Net of Investment Expense
15 Summary of Valuation Page 11 Table 7 Reconciliation of Plan Participants Non- Vested Vested Service Disabled Active Terms Terms Retirees Retirees Beneficiaries Total Census as of July 1, New Entrants Returned to Active Status (1) 0 0 Retired (7) Disabled (2) Died (9) (1) (9) (19) Terminated - Vested (1) Non Vested Withdrew Contributions New Beneficiaries Adjustments (1) Census as of July 1,
16 Summary of Valuation Page 12 Table 8 Distribution of the Number and Total Annual Compensation of Full-Time Active Participants as of July 1, 2013 Years of Credited Service Attained Under & over Total Age Count / Count / Count / Count / Count / Count / Count / Count / Count / Total Comp Total Comp Total Comp Total Comp Total Comp Total Comp Total Comp Total Comp Total Comp Under ,240,913 1,503, ,744, ,251 3,337, ,884, , , , & over Total ,847,327 4,974, ,821,665
17 Summary of Valuation Page 13 Table 9 Distribution of the Number and Average Monthly Benefits of Retired Participants as of July 1, 2013 Service Retirees Disabled Retirees Beneficiaries Current Avg Avg Monthly Avg Avg Monthly Avg Avg Monthly Avg Avg Monthly Age Count Age Benefit Count Age Benefit Count Age Benefit Count Age Benefit Total Under , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , & over Total , , , ,325 Total Annual Benefits 26,634,203 6,476,988 3,478,780 36,589,971
18 Summary of Valuation Page 14 Table 10 Distribution of the Number and Average Monthly Benefits of Participants Entitled to Deferred Benefits as of July 1, 2013 Deferred Vested Avg Monthly Current Age Count Avg Age Benefit Under , , , Total ,795 Total Annual Benefits 134,179
19 Summary of the Retirement Fund s Provisions Page 15 A. Definitions 1. Plan Name: The West Virginia Public Safety Death, Disability and Retirement Fund. 2. Plan Membership: West Virginia state police officers hired before March 12, 1994 participate in this plan. 3. Compensation: Base Salary: A trooper s compensation from the Department (exclusive of overtime) in the 12 months preceding his death or disability. An annualized amount is used for members with less than 12 months. Gross Salary: A trooper s compensation from the Department, including any overtime received. Career Pay: Total gross compensation paid a member during his period of service as a state trooper. This also includes any imputed compensation for periods of unused sick or annual leave and credited military service. 4. Service: Contributory Service: A member s period of service in the Department during which he makes contributions to this retirement system. Military Service: Members can receive up to 5 years of credited service for a period equal to his active military service prior to or during his employment with the Department. Military service is used to increase benefits, but is not used to establish eligibility for benefits until a member has 20 actual years with the Department. Military service which occurs during active status is credited the same as active employment. Unused Sick or Annual Leave: A retiring member may at his option convert unused sick and/or annual leave to pension service credit at the rate of two days of service credited per day of unused leave. After doubling, 260 unused leave days are counted as one year of credited service. Such service counts for the purpose of 101 Federal Street, Suite 900 Boston, MA (fax)
20 Summary of the Retirement Fund s Provisions Page 16 increasing the member s benefit, but it does not count for determining eligibility for benefits. B. Contributions 1. Member Contributions: Through June 30, 1994, members of this system contributed 6.0% of their gross salary to the retirement fund. During Fiscal 1995, they contributed 7.5% of gross salary, and have been contributing 9.0% since July 1, Employer Contributions: The State contributes 15% of members compensation from the State Police agency budget and the remainder of the actuarially required contribution above 15% from West Virginia general revenues. C. Normal Retirement Benefit 1. Eligibility: A member who has attained age 50 and has earned 20 or more years of contributory service, or is any age and has earned 25 or more years of contributory and military service, is eligible for a normal retirement benefit. 2. Benefit Amount: The annual normal retirement benefit, payable in monthly installments, is equal to 5.5% of the member s Career Pay, subject to a minimum annual benefit of $6, Normal Form of Benefit: The normal form of the retirement benefit is a life annuity with 75% of the amount payable continuing to the member's surviving spouse after the death of the member, for the spouse s remaining lifetime.
21 Summary of the Retirement Fund s Provisions Page 17 D. Deferred Vested Benefit 1. Eligibility: A terminating member who has completed 10 years of contributory service and who does not withdraw his accumulated contributions is entitled to a deferred vested benefit commencing at age Amount: The deferred vested annual pension, payable in monthly installments, is equal to 5.5% of the member s Career Pay, subject to a minimum annual benefit of $6,000. It is payable in the same normal form as the normal retirement benefit would be or alternatively, the member may elect to receive an actuarially adjusted joint and survivor annuity with 50% of the amount payable while both are alive continuing to the surviving spouse during the spouse s remaining lifetime. E. Disability Benefits Duty-Related 1. Eligibility: A member disabled in the line of duty and rendered unable to perform his duties is eligible for a duty-related disability retirement. If he can hold other employment, then he is partially disabled. If he is unable to work, then he is totally disabled. 2. Amount for partial disability: An annual annuity (payable monthly) equal to 5.5% of the aggregate salary the member would have received had he remained in employment for 25 years (based on average earnings with the department), or the member's actual Career Pay, including non contributory service credit, if greater. 3. Amount for full disability: An annual annuity (payable monthly) equal to 8.5% of the aggregate salary the member would have received had he remained in employment for 25 years of service, but not less than $15,000, or the member's actual Career Pay, including non-contributory service credit, if greater.
22 Summary of the Retirement Fund s Provisions Page 18 F. Disability Benefit Nonduty-Related 1. Eligibility: A member who is disabled other than in the line of duty and rendered unable to perform his duties as a member of the Department is also eligible for disability retirement. 2. Amount: The annual benefit (payable monthly) for a member with 20 or more years of service is equal to 5.5% of the member's aggregate salary. The annual benefit (payable monthly) for a member with less than 20 years of service is equal to 5.5% of the aggregate salary the member would have received had he remained in employment for 25 years. This benefit is payable for a period equal to half of the member's actual service. Thereafter, the benefit is payable under the disability provisions enacted in 1994 and is equal to 50% of the member's base salary for the remainder of the member's lifetime, or until recovery. G. Pre-Retirement Death Benefits 1. Eligibility: The surviving spouse of a member who dies from duty-related causes, or in some cases surviving children or dependent parents, is eligible for a survivor s pension. If death is unrelated to his duties as a state trooper, the surviving family is eligible for a nonduty-related pension. In the nonduty case, the benefits payable depend on whether or not the deceased trooper had 20 years of service. 2. Amount - Duty-Related Death To the surviving spouse: An annual annuity (payable monthly) equal to 5.5% of the aggregate salary the member would have received had he remained in employment for 25 years (based on average earnings of the department), or 70% of member's base salary, including non-contributory service credit, if greater.
23 Summary of the Retirement Fund s Provisions Page 19 To surviving dependent children: If no spouse survives, each surviving child receives 25% of what would have been a surviving spouse s entitlement. Each child is also eligible for an academic scholarship to West Virginia schools, paying up to $7,500 annually. To surviving dependent parents: If there is no surviving spouse or children, then each surviving dependent parent of the deceased member will receive one-half of what would have been a surviving spouse s entitlement. - Nonduty-Related Death before Completing 20 Years of Service To the surviving spouse: An annual annuity (payable monthly) equal to 2.75% of the aggregate salary the member would have received had he remained in employment for 25 years (based on average earnings with the department), or 50% of member s base salary, if greater. To surviving dependent children: If there is no surviving spouse, or the spouse remarries, each surviving child receives 25% of what would have been the spouse s entitlement. Such children are not eligible for scholarships from the retirement fund. To surviving dependent parents: If there is no surviving spouse or children, then each surviving dependent parent of the deceased member will receive 50% of what would have been a surviving spouse s entitlement. - Nonduty-Related Death after Completing 20 Years of Service To the surviving spouse: A monthly life annuity equal to 75% of the member s Normal Retirement Benefit, but not less than $5,000 annually. The spouse also receives $100 monthly for each dependent child. These benefits cease when the spouse remarries. To surviving dependent children: If there is no surviving spouse, or the spouse remarries, each surviving child receives 25% of what would have been the spouse s entitlement. Such children are not eligible for scholarships from the retirement fund.
24 Summary of the Retirement Fund s Provisions Page 20 To surviving dependent parents: If there is no surviving spouse or children, then each surviving dependent parent of the deceased member will receive one-half of what would have been a surviving spouse s entitlement. H. Post-Retirement Death Benefits Other than the death benefit inherent in the cash refund feature of the survivor s annuity, no post-retirement death benefits are payable under this retirement plan. I. Annual Annuity Adjustment An annual annuity adjustment of 3.75% is made to service retirees age 55 and older, all disabled retirees, and all beneficiaries. Deferred retirements do not receive an annual annuity adjustment. Service retirees receive the adjustment beginning the July 1 following their 55th birthday. Disabled retirees and beneficiaries receive the adjustment beginning the first July 1 after they begin to receive benefits. The annual increase is made each July 1, with a partial initial year s annuity receiving a prorata adjustment. J. Refund of Contributions 1. Eligibility: A member who leaves employment and is not eligible for any other benefit will receive a refund of his or her contributions to the retirement fund. After receiving a refund of contributions, a member has no further right to benefits under the retirement fund. 2. Amount: A lump sum of the member s accumulated contributions, with compound interest based on an annual interest rate of 4.00%.
25 Methods, Factors, and Assumptions Page 21 A. Valuation Date July 1, B. Funding Method and Basis for Assumptions The valuation is prepared under the Entry Age Cost Method with individually computed accrued liabilities. The Normal Cost is computed in aggregate. Entry is based on date of hire. Experience studies are performed at least once in every five-year period. This valuation was prepared on the basis of assumptions that were recommended to and adopted by the Board on the basis of an experience study covering the period from July 1, 2006, to June 30, These assumptions will remain in effect for valuation purposes until such time as the Board adopts revised assumptions. C. Interest Rate and Expenses The valuation interest assumption is 7.50% annually, with no loading for plan expenses. D. Pre-Retirement Mortality The male and female RP-2000 Non-Annuitant Mortality Table, projected to 2020 using Scale BB. It is assumed that 70% of deaths of members in service are duty-related. E. Post-Retirement Mortality Post-retirement mortality tables are as follows: Healthy: RP-2000 Healthy Annuitants, projected to 2025 using Scale BB Disabled: RP-2000 Healthy Annuitants, projected to 2025 using Scale BB, set forward 1 year F. Salary Scales
26 Methods, Factors, and Assumptions Page 22 Compensation is assumed to increase 5.00% per year for the first 2 years of service, 4.50% for the next 3 years, 4.00% for the next 5 years, and 3.25% per year thereafter. The inflation rate is 3.00%. G. Withdrawal from Service Withdrawal rates are shown in the Appendix. Withdrawal rates cease once an employee is eligible for normal retirement. H. Disablement Rates Disablement rates and the probability of each type of disability are shown in the Appendix. Disablement rates cease once an employee is eligible for normal retirement. I. Family Composition 90% of members are assumed to be married, with husbands 3 years older than their wives. Re-marriage rates are not used. J. Accrual of Future Service Active members are assumed to accrue 1 year of service for each future year of employment. K. Non-Contributory Service A 14.5% load is applied to the retirement liability for active members to represent additional benefit service credit at retirement as a result of the conversion of annual leave, sick leave, and additional credit for military service.
27 Methods, Factors, and Assumptions Page 23 L. Retirement Rates 70% of members are assumed to retire when first eligible for unreduced benefits at the earlier of age 50 and 20 years of service or any age and 25 years of service. An active member who has already attained eligibility for normal retirement has a 20% probability of retiring each year thereafter with 100% retiring on or after attainment of age 55. M. Asset Valuation Method Assets for valuation purposes are included at Market Value. N. Plan Contributions Plan contributions, both employee and employer, are assumed to be paid in the middle of the year.
28 Appendix: Detailed Decrement Assumptions Page 24 Age Rate of Withdrawal Rate of Disablement Type of Disability Probability Duty-Related Full 0.25 Duty-Related Partial 0.60 Non Duty-Related 0.15 Withdrawal and disablement rates cease once an employee is eligible for normal retirement.
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