Cerulli: Fees, flexibility could cut into mutual funds' 401(k) dominance

Mutual funds continue to be the dominant investment vehicles selected by 401(k) plans, but plans' desires for lower fees and greater flexibility could expand the role of institutional products such as collective trusts, especially among plans with more than $250 million in assets, according to a report by Cerulli Associates.

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