Randstad North America, Atlanta, made several changes to the lineup of its retirement savings plan, said a transition guide from Wells Fargo Bank, the plan’s provider.
The Randstad North America Retirement Savings Plan had about $104.9 million in assets at Dec. 31, 2013, according to its most recent Form 5500 filing.
Three new funds options were added to the plan Sept. 17 — American Beacon Small-Cap Value Fund, Oakmark Fund and T. Rowe Price Blue Chip Growth Fund.
Three funds were eliminated — AllianzGI NFJ Small-Cap Value Fund, managed by Allianz Global Investors; Lord Abbett Fundamental Equity Fund; and American Century Growth Fund. Participant assets in the Allianz, Lord Abbett and American Century funds will be mapped to the American Beacon, Oakmark and T. Rowe Price funds, respectively.
The plan contains 18 investment options along with a series of Well Fargo target-date funds, according to the transition guide.
The reason for the changes could not be learned by press time. Spokeswoman Kristin McHugh declined to provide additional information.