LPL Financial will not sell its Worksite Financial Solutions 401(k) platform.
MetLife and Brighthouse Financial have been sued for failing to pay at least $500 million in retirement benefits to thousands of pension plan participants.
Wells Fargo's retirement plan business has suffered following a string of negative stories related to operations within some units of the broader company.
The Securities and Exchange Commission appears to be cracking down on broker conduct in its investment advice overhaul.
The retirement plan coverage gap and rollovers from 401(k) plans to IRAs have emerged as two of the largest potential threats for retirement plan advisers.
Vanguard Group has extended its grip on the target-date fund market, reaching $623 billion in assets at the end of 2017.
Employers sponsoring a 401(k) plan are increasingly hiring investment advisers who serve as fiduciaries to their retirement plan.
Financial Engines is partnering with record-keeper ADP to bring its advice and investment services down-market to small retirement plans.
Capital Group has won a lawsuit alleging the company profited at the expense of its employees by loading its 401(k) plan with costly in-house funds.
Fidelity Investments has begun charging employers a fee on 401(k) assets held in Vanguard Group investment funds.
In an unusual turn of events, the investment adviser to New York University's retirement plan has been named as a co-defendant in litigation attacking the plan's allegedly excessive fees.
The new tax law's provision on pass-through businesses is proving to be one of the most challenging to dissect.
Allianz has agreed to pay $12 million to settle a lawsuit alleging it peppered its company 401(k) plan with dozens of high-cost, in-house funds.
Just as Wells Fargo & Co. escaped from the jaws of one 401(k) lawsuit over in-house funds, it's now ensnared in another.
Target-date funds are on track for a near-record year, but Wells Fargo & Co. doesn't seem to be participating in the boom.
Ted Benna, widely known as the father of the 401(k) plan, believes lessening the pre-tax contributions to a retirement plan is "pretty stupid."
Prudential Financial Inc. has again won a lawsuit alleging it breached its fiduciary duties by receiving revenue-sharing payments.
MFS Investment Management has been sued for alleged self-dealing in its company 401(k) plans.
Two of the largest managers of target-date-fund assets, Fidelity Investments and American Century Investments, are changing how they assess fees in the multiasset funds.
The dismissal of a lawsuit against Voya Financial for its relationship with 401(k) robo-adviser Financial Engines could be a harbinger of success for other major retirement plan record keepers locked in similar legal battles.
Putnam Investments and Fidelity Investments have prevailed in separate legal fights centering on their fiduciary duty to retirement plans.
MainStay Investments lays off some of its wholesalers calling on retirement plan advisers and consultants, as the defined contribution market grows increasingly challenging.
The Capital Group Cos. is being sued for allegedly reaping profits from its 401(k) plan at the expense of plan participants.