Shifting DC Times, Invesco's award-winning publication is focused on the latest DC thinking across four essential plan components, with concrete ways to turn ideas into action. Download the publication today.
The last decade belonged to US equities, but history shows that the winners change, both within and across markets. As markets and economies recover, we see 7 reasons why investors should re-think having all their eggs in that one equity basket.
In this roundtable discussion, the panelists highlight key provisions of the law, point out what plan sponsors should pay attention to and why, and predict which features will have the most lasting impact.
62% of DC participants worry about retirement income – yet very few take advantage of guaranteed solutions. Our latest paper explores how plan design and default options may overcome barriers and reframe the income conversation.
57% of American workers admit to financial stress, imperiling both their well-being and job productivity. With a data-driven approach, employers can assess the financial needs most relevant to their employees to design customized solutions to help improve their financial wellness.
Should high yield investors go global? See how shedding the home-country bias in high yield offers improved potential for diversification and creates meaningful advantages for investors seeking a wider range of alpha sources.
403(b) participants are less confident about retirement and are more likely to ask for help than their 401(k) counterparts. See our latest research for more insights into the needs and challenges of 403(b) plan sponsors and participants.
Benchmark selection matters--even when indices seek to measure the same market segment, their risk/return profiles can differ. Find out what's driving performance differences between the S&P SmallCap 600® and the Russell 2000.
The defining characteristic of a target-date solution is its glide path—the level, slope and landing point of the equity allocation. This paper explains how we arrived at our glide path to further the understanding of design decisions on retirement outcomes.
State Street’s 2019 Global Retirement Reality Report explores how employers and other retirement plan administrators across the globe see their role in defined contribution plan management, prioritize plan simplicity and look to support the next generation of retirement happiness.
In our Spring 2019 edition of The Participant, we explore shifts in investment, policy and participant behaviors and consider what these changes could mean for the future of retirement. Learn more at ssga.com/ThePartipant