Corporate DC plans
AT&T's acquisition of Time Warner would potentially create a combined company with about $94 billion in retirement plan assets.
Corporate defined benefit plan assets rose by $9 billion in the quarter ended March 31, to $3.212 trillion, a 0.28% increase.
Individual savings programs are not enough to ensure a strong workplace DC system in Europe, experts say.
Vanguard Group is dropping 12 investment choices from its 401(k) plan for employees, nearly halving the number of investment options.
New data from Vanguard Group show that younger employees are less likely to use their employer-sponsored defined contribution plan than their predecessors or their older co-workers.
Only about 9.3% of the 30 million defined contribution participants in the Investment Company Institute's Plan Participants' Activities study changed their allocations in 2017.
A participant in the Invesco 401(k) Plan sued the company, alleging ERISA violations for offering an overwhelming majority of Invesco's products.
Most Ireland-based plan sponsors opted to replace frozen or closed defined benefit funds with defined contribution plans.
Mondelez International has ceased contributing to its union employees' multiemployer plan and implemented a new enhanced version of its DC plan.
Wells Fargo's retirement plan business has suffered following a string of negative stories related to operations within some units of the broader company.
Philips North America agreed to a preliminary settlement of a class-action lawsuit alleging fiduciary breaches and agreed to pay $17 million.
New regulations are changing the DC landscape in the U.K., prompting money managers and others to take a new look at opportunities.
Rolls-Royce introduced a new defined contribution plan after the company reached an agreement with U.K. trade unions on a benefits package.
A lawsuit was filed against Lowe's Cos. and its investment consultant Aon Hewitt Investment Consulting alleging fiduciary breaches in its 401(k) plan.
Sprint and T-Mobile announced plans to merge, which would create a company with more than $6 billion in retirement plan assets.