West Virginia Treasurer's Office, Charleston, rehired Segal Marco Advisors as investment consultant of the state's $203 million 457 plan, said Shelly L. Murray, deputy treasurer, purchasing, in an email.
The office issued an RFP in August. Ms. Murray said five other firms submitted proposals, but would not say whether any were considered finalists. The firms were Advanced Capital Group, Cammack Retirement Group, Mercer, SageView Advisory Group and NFP Retirement.
The plan has 23 investment options, a target-date fund lineup and a self-directed brokerage account. The plan's record keeper is Empower Retirement.