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Debi Stranman
Debi Stranman
Senior Client Manager
debi@pa401k.com
216.595.0811

Debi Stranman is a Senior Client Manager at Pension Advisors. She is a veteran in the industry with 25+ years of retirement plan experience. Her background with an actuarial/TPA firm in Columbus Ohio provides her with technical knowledge and expertise complimenting her long term consulting/management role she had for 18 years with an employee benefits firm in Cleveland, Ohio. She has experience in the private and public sectors and has managed plans from $1m to $350m of assets. Debi specializes in qualified plan design and compliance as well as mergers and acquisitions providing her the skillset to consult and service her clients with Pension Advisors. 

Through her coursework with the Wharton School, and International Foundation of Employee Benefits, she obtained an RPA (Retirement Plan Associate) certification with CEBS (Certified Employee Benefits Specialist). She is licensed through the Financial Industry Regulation Authority (FINRA) and holds a Life & Health license.  Debi is a Registered Representative (S6) as well as an Investment Advisor Representative licensed in the State of Ohio.

Debi attended Kent State and Columbus State majoring in Business Management. She is married with two children and likes to travel and golf in her spare time.


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1 Q 2019 Market Commentary

The story about the U.S. economy remains positive. Unemployment seems to have reached a trough just below 4% while not leading to horribly negative effects on productivity, and showing mild wage inflation, concentrated in certain areas of the economy.

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4 Q 2018 Market Commentary

The U.S. economy continues to stay in very healthy territory. Unemployment has stayed below 4% for many months while not showing the feared effect that an undersized labor force would have on productivity, and only showing mild wage inflation.

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