Archives of Finance Committee - Working Group on Pension Policy, FC-WG-PP

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Archives of Finance Committee - Working Group on Pension Policy, FC-WG-PP


April 1973 - May 1976

Level of description


Extent of the unit of description

4 boxes, 4 items

Context [Top]

Name of creator

The CERN Finance Committee, FC

Administrative history

On 21st March 1973, at its hundred-and-twenty-sixth meeting, the Finance Committee of CERN proposed that a restricted Working Group be set up by the Finance Committee, consisting of five or six pension fund actuaries, who should include the Fund's own consultant actuary together with representatives of the Administration, the Pension Fund management and the staff. The groups task was to examine and report upon the present situation of the Fund and upon the proposals of the Directors-General, and to recommend to the Finance Committee the actuarial basis upon which the Fund should in future be managed. The Group should be under the Chairmanship of a Finance Committee member.

The Working Group was initially composed as follow :

I - Internal members : 

Ball, T Track Chamber (TC) Division
Berniard, Ph Track Chamber (TC) Division
Gervaise, J Laboratory II (Lab.II)
Hampton, G H Directorate (DI)
Kölbig, K S Finance Division (FIN)
Maurin, G Track Chamber (TC) Division
Tièche, C Finance  (FIN) Division
Ullmann, G Personnel (PE) Division
Zilverschoon, C J Directorate (DI)
Forman, C D Secretariat of the Group


II - Members initially appointed by Finance Committee : 

Lemne, M Chairman (also representing Sweden and Norway)
Casey, P J UK Delegation
De Coster, T Belgian Delegation
Farhi, J & Chadelat, JF French Delegation
Von Welck Norwegian and Swedish (possibly Danish) Delegation
Herrn von Noorden German Delegation
Colicchio R Italian Delegation
Ceska, F Austrian Delegation

Immediate source of acquisition or transfer

CERN Council Secretariat

Content & Structure [Top]

Scope and content

This collection contains reports and publications produced and studied by the Working Group on Pension Policy.

Appraisal, destruction and scheduling information

Nothing was destroyed.


No further accruals are expected.

System of arrangement

The original order has been preserved.

Conditions of access and use [Top]

Conditions governing access

See file level description and the CERN operational circular No 3: rules applicable to archival material and archiving at CERN. In general, records on any subject that are over 30 years old, and all records of a purely scientific nature, may be consulted.

Conditions governing reproduction

Copyright is retained by CERN, no reproduction without permission.

Language / scripts of material

Most of the material is written in English.

Finding aids

Listed to file level in the CERN Archives Database.

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Archivist's note

Description prepared by Maryse Moskofian

Date(s) of description

Geneva, 3rd May 2004, Revised 2007.