Winston & Strawn LLP, Chicago, added the Ariel Appreciation, CRM Mid Cap Value, PIMCO NFJ Small-Cap Value and Templeton Growth funds as investment options in its $130 million profit-sharing and $70 million 401(k) plans, said David McDonald, director-retirement services. The plans, which mirror each other, closed the Janus Worldwide fund to new investments because of fund manager changes, Mr. McDonald said. Plan officials will likely drop the fund as an option if existing account balances "dwindle," he said.
The plans each offer 26 investment options, including six lifestyle funds. Bundled provider Fidelity assisted.