Aetna Plywood Inc., Maywood, Ill., hired DiMeo Schneider as consultant for its $14 million 401(k) and profit-sharing plan, said Scott Halden, controller. The plan replaced previous consultant Stratford Advisory Group because of poor customer service, he said. Julie Lange, marketing manager with Stratford, did not return calls seeking comment by press time.
Separately, the plan added the Harbor Capital Appreciation, Berger Midcap Value and Artisan Midcap Value funds as investment options, and eliminated the Alliance Premier Growth and Janus Aggressive Growth funds, he said. The plan now offers 11 options, up from 10, he said.
ABN AMRO is bundled provider.