Over 35 Years of Actuarial Experience

William Napoli, FSA

Bill is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries who has over 35 years experience in the field. He served on the Pension Committee of the American Academy of Actuaries and has been published in professional and legal journals. Bill has also served as a guest speaker at actuarial conventions and the Enrolled Actuaries Meeting in Washington, D.C. on the topic of "QDROs".

Bill was formerly a vice president of Towers Perrin where he served as senior actuary and head of the Retirement Practice for the Cleveland office. During his twenty years with Towers Perrin, Bill served as client relationship manager for some of their largest corporate clients in addition to developing computer systems that were used throughout Towers Perrin to determine the costs and liabilities for pension and retiree medical plans.

Bill's experience includes evaluating pension benefits for both corporate pension plans as well as state and federal governmental plans including Social Security. He has also helped corporate clients develop written QDRO procedures and model orders and has significant experience in the administration of QDROs.

A Few words about us

American Benefit Evaluators, LLC (ABE) provides expert assistance to both Attorneys and Corporate Plan Sponsors in the arena of Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs). Our years of experience dealing in Plan design, administration, communication and financing give us a unique edge to consider when looking for a pension expert.

We use our knowlege of key issues and years of experience to help attorneys understand the nuances and alternatives available when drafting QDROs and Divorce Decrees, valuing benefits, reviewing opposing council valuations, or comparing benefits earned by both parties involved in a domestic dispute.

We assist Corporate Plan Sponsors in the administration of QDROs, development of QDRO procedures, and drafting model QDROs. We are an affordable option in dealing with the complex and time consuming issues in handling QDROs.