March 17, 2017
Litigating Prudence Versus Litigating Fees Under ERISA
Discussion of 401(k) litigation often fails to draw important distinctions between different ERISA standards that pertain to fiduciary prudence and controlling plan costs, according to one reader of PLANADVISER.
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Could CITs Dominate DC Space?
New research suggests that total retirement assets in CITs have grown rapidly in the last few years and potential advantages can be very appealing for plan sponsors.
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Prime Money Market Funds Gaining Favor Again
Investors had previously shown more interest in government funds due to money market fund regulation.
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Lockton Takes on PFaroe System for Pension Plans
The Web-based platform uses real-time analytics and projection models to manage risk.
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MOST READ ARTICLES
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COMPLIANCE
OMB Receives Final Fiduciary Rule Delay Language
2
COMPLIANCE
Republicans In Congress Eye Retirement Account Tax Reforms
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DEALS AND PEOPLE
Retirement Industry People Moves March 20 to March 24
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DATA AND RESEARCH
Plans to Retire Later May Not Pan Out
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Learn How MFS Actively Manages DC Investments
Joseph Flaherty, chief investment risk officer of MFS, discusses volatility and how it can lead to opportunities.
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Prudential Seeks to Quantify Retirement Plan ROI
By studying millions of data points, the PruNow tool will seek to identify plan design inefficiencies and offer solutions, while projecting ROI.
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Ascensus Continues Push for Transparent Pricing
The company has seen an upsurge in new plans moving to fee-for-service categories.
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Editorial: Alison Cooke Mintzer alison.mintzer@strategic-i.com
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