Large, New England technology company
$640 million in defined contribution (DC) assets
After the market crisis in 2008, the investment committee was limited in time and resources, and concerned that most participants were not on track to achieve their retirement goals. They wanted to alleviate the participants' stress of determining all optimal allocations while helping them achieve financial goals.
- Take fiduciary responsibility for the DC plan
- Redesign and simplify the menu of investment options
- Help better position their participants to stay on track for retirement
By hiring us to take discretion over investment manager and menu changes, the plan sponsor gained additional protection against fiduciary liability.
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