Jack Miller, Dana Muir and John Szczur were appointed to the PBGC advisory committee by President Bush, the PBGC announced in a news release today.
Mr. Miller recently retired as a senior adviser to General Motors Asset Management, which oversees $101 billion in GM pension assets; Ms. Muir is a professor at the University of Michigans Stephen M. Ross School of Business; and Mr. Szczur is director of investments at the $10 billion Central Pension Fund of the International Union of Operating Engineers and Participating Employers.
The three were appointed to terms running until Feb. 19, 2011. The seven-member advisory committee for the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. advises the agency on investment policy, trusteeship of terminated plans and other issues.
Messrs. Miller and Szczur, who will represent employee interests, succeed A. Norman Crowder, an independent consulting actuary, Naples, Fla., and Robert Gordan, assistant treasurer of ChevronTexaco Corp., San Ramon, Calif., said Marc Hopkins, a PBGC spokesman. Ms. Muir, representing the interests of the general public, succeeds Leopoldo E. Guzman, president and CEO of Guzman & Company, Coral Gables, Fla., Mr. Hopkins said.