Coming Monday - INVESTIGATION: The Real Cost of the St. Joseph Pension Fund Collapse
Sunday, December 03, 2017
When the St. Joseph Health Services pension fund was thrust into receivership in August of this year, about 2,800 members of the pension plan were faced with a reported $40 million pension fund shortfall and were looking at a proposed 40 percent cuts to their retirement benefits.
Monday, GoLocal will report on a new set of numbers — numbers that dramatically change the impact of the pension failure and the ongoing effort to recover funds for the pension plan members.
- Bishop Tobin ‘Prays for Swift and Positive Resolution’ for St. Joseph’s Retirees, Despite Role
- Kilmartin Lawyer Who Approved St. Joseph’s Sale to CharterCARE Leaves AG After 23 Years
- St. Joseph Receiver Del Sesto to Meet with Raimondo, Ruggerio Proposes Bill
- VIDEO: Violet Hosts Meeting for Hundreds of St. Joseph Pension Fund Retirees
- 1,000 St. Joseph Retirees Hear Horrors of Impact of Pension Fund Collapse
- Will Kilmartin Be Sued for Role in St. Joseph’s Pension Fund Bankruptcy?
- 38 Studios’ Wistow Named Special Counsel to Investigate St. Joseph Bankruptcy
- Who Was Responsible for Protecting the St. Joseph Pension Fund?
- VIDEO: Governor Raimondo Calls for Investigation into St. Joseph Pension Fund Bankruptcy
- St. Joseph’s Pension Fund Bankruptcy Could Be Just One of Many in RI
- Emergency Status Hearing Friday on St. Joseph Pension Fund Bankruptcy
- Diocese, RWMC and CharterCARE All Failed to Make Millions in Pension Payments to St. Joseph
- RI Treasurer Magaziner Talks ‘Back to Basics’, College Costs, and St. Joseph’s Pension Fund
- Callaci: Memorial Hospital’s Closure & St. Joseph Pension Failure Show State of Healthcare
- St. Joseph Pensioner Quinn Worked 34-Years and Now Facing Cuts to Her $500 a Month Payment
- Kilmartin Tries to Block Release of Records in St. Joseph Pension Fund Collapse
- Diocese Fights to Quash Subpoena for St. Joseph Pension Fund, Wistow Fires Back
- Judge Slams Kilmartin for Delaying Release of Documents in St. Joseph Pension Fund Collapse
- Former U.S. Attorney Says Hospital Conversion Act Needs Review to Avoid Another St. Joseph’s
- Wistow Files First Subpoena in St. Joseph Pension Fund Receivership Case
- Investigation: Diocese Claims False - Board Directed Only $14M in Payment to St. Joseph Pension Fund
- Five Major Developments in St. Joseph Pension Fund Collapse
- Should Hospital Merger Process Be Changed After St. Joseph Pension Fund Receivership?
- St. Joseph Receiver Del Sesto Warns Cuts Are Likely to Be Implemented in 2018
- Diocese, Kilmartin’s Legal Delays Are Increasing Costs to Recover Monies For St. Joseph Pension