Record keepers are racing to roll out adviser managed accounts to satisfy RIAs clamoring for the new product.
Executives of seven DC plan sponsors were honored for excellence and innovation at Pensions & Investments' DCW Virtual Series.
Empower's acquisition of MassMutual's retirement business will allow the record keeper to sell its services to a bigger audience.
Financial counselors have been in overdrive working with retirement plan participants as the pandemic continues to spread financial woe.
RIA firms are adopting adviser managed account platforms to expand participant advice services and gain competitive edge.
MGIC allays its unease over COVID withdrawals by making one-one-counseling available to participants.
Participants in 401(k) plans who invest solely in target-date funds could realize up to 50% more retirement wealth over 30 years.
The SECURE Act will strengthen DC participants’ retirement, while COVID-19 tests savers’ resolve, speakers at P&I’s DC East conference said.
Insurance broker OneDigital dives into the retirement plan business to meet demand for health and financial wellness in the workplace.
Defined contribution plans will start looking more like pension plans by 2025, according to Russell Investments.
Plan sponsors are moving quickly to satisfy new IRS regulations that will make it easier for participants to take hardship withdrawals.
Broker-dealers through their affiliated RIAs are launching 3(38) fiduciary platforms to better serve advisers in the small-plan market.
More plan sponsors are allowing departing employees to continue paying off their 401(k) loans to head off a loan default.
401(k) plan sponsors are beginning to relax their vesting policies given changing workforce dynamics and a tight labor market.
Online 401(k) providers are stepping in with low-cost plans to help small businesses widen employee access to workplace retirement plans.
PSCA conference examines how many forms of wellness — from health care to finances — affect retirement savings.
Sponsors of small and midsize plans may not be getting a good deal on fees, particularly if they're charged a percentage of plan assets.
Pensions & Investments' East Coast Defined Contribution conference covered topics from health savings accounts to cybersecurity threats.
Defined contribution plan sponsors are up in arms as they clamor for guidance on how to deal with missing participants.
DC plan sponsors are wooing retirees and former employees with retiree-friendly plan features and other benefits to retain plan assets.
Plan sponsors are providing retiring employees with 401(k) drawdown options to keep them from rolling over their assets into IRAs.
Interest in offering independent investment advice to their plan participants is growing among DC plan executives.
The wildfires raging across California have hurt participants in PG&E's 401(k) plan with holdings in the company's stock.