University of Mississippi, Oxford, is searching for a consultant to advise the university on plan design changes for its 403(b) plan.
According to an RFP posted on the university's procurement website, the university seeks "a retirement and risk management firm to assess (the university's) 403(b) retirement program, to serve as advisory council during the change in plan design, and to provide consultation services after implementation."
The plan's asset size, and whether a current firm currently provides these services, could not be immediately learned. The 403(b) plan's current record keepers are TIAA-CREF, VALIC and Voya Financial.
Proposals are due at 11 a.m. CDT on July 11. Finalist presentations are scheduled to take place the week of July 22. A selection will be made on Aug. 15.
Andrea Jekabsons, associate director of human resources, did not immediately reply to requests for further information. Pamela Kay Johnson, assistant director of benefits and compensation, was not immediately available to provide further information.