Ohnsted

Areas of Expertise

  • Defined Benefit Administration
  • Actuarial Services
  • Retirement Plan Design
  • Compliance

 

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475 N. Martingale Road
Suite 900
Schaumburg, IL 60173
Phone: 847.592.6646
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Mark Ohnsted

Principal and Defined Benefit Administration Practice Leader
Mark Ohnsted is a Principal and leads Findley Davies' Defined Benefit Administration Practice. In this role, Mark has overall responsibility for strategy, product development, client solutions and operations.

Mark is a strong business leader with a track record of client-focused results and innovation in the benefit administration market. He joined Findley Davies in 2009 and led the successful upgrade and expansion of the firm's service delivery model that placed an emphasis on greater value in the marketplace. Prior to joining the firm, Mark held leadership positions in pension administration services in both the consulting and insurance industries.

Mark's unique perspective of defined benefit administration services is influenced by thirty years of experience, twenty of which as a consulting actuary for a variety of companies, including Fortune 50 multi-nationals. He believes that by improving and leveraging technology and processes, companies of all sizes can minimize their risk and cost, allowing them to become more strategic and less administrative.

Mark became an Associate of the Society of Actuaries in 1989 and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries in 1991.

Education

  • Saint Johns University, Collegeville, Minnesota - B.S., Mathematics

What's Your Passion?

Early in my career I recognized the complexity of pension plans and the challenges companies face in complying with and understanding the convoluted pension administration and funding rules. I enjoy bringing clarity and results in these situations. That's what ultimately led to my passion of finding simplistic solutions in complex systems.