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Cheiron distinguishes itself with innovative technologies and top-tier consultants to help you manage your risks.

With offices throughout the US, we help institutional pension and health plan sponsors manage financial risks with fresh insights on classic problems, serving our clients with full accountability. Cheiron is named for the immortal centaur educated by Apollo and Artemis, who became a mentor to classical Greek heroes. We combine seasoned, highly qualified consultants and unsurpassed technology to empower clients to achieve their strategic goals.

Our public sector clients include state-wide retirement systems, large municipalities, populous counties and several federal agencies. Taft-Hartley clients, including pension and health plans, include well over one hundred funds. Cheiron’s corporate clients range from small employers to the Fortune 500. We also serve nonprofit organizations including educational and religious institutions, trade associations and other membership organizations.

Cheiron was founded in 2002 to fill the need for a creative, flexible actuarial consultancy that places its clients’ interests above its own. We encourage you to learn more about our history, people, capabilities and services. Welcome to Cheiron.

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Health insurance premiums for current and retired state employees will increase 5% next year under a plan approved Tuesday that involves reducing the amount of money set aside to pay unexpected large medical claims. Read More
Dropping drug coverage for retired state employees who are on Medicare would save $20 million a year for state employee and retiree health plans and lower the overall health care costs for 82% of the retirees, a consultant told an advisory panel on Friday. Read More
Without a cut in benefits or other changes, health insurance rates for state employees will likely need to rise by double digits next year, an actuary told a state board Tuesday. The projection by John Colberg, an actuary with the consulting firm Cheiron of McLean, Va., is in line with what he told the State and Public School Life and Health Insurance Board last year about the outlook for 2020. Read More
OUR MISSION: To empower benefit plan sponsors to understand and better manage their benefit programs and their resulting financial risks through innovative technological applications and unsurpassed professional expertise.
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