DC Roundtable

October 24, 2019 in Chicago IL

Address asset accumulation and decumulation challenges in defined contribution plans

Join defined contribution plan sponsors and industry experts at an exclusive event

When: October 24, 2019Web logo
8:45 am - 11:00 am

Where: Willis Towers 66th Floor, Chicago, IL

Featured Panelists:

DC Panelist PSCA Jack Towarnicky, Executive Director, PSCA

DC Panelist Warner Cormier, Executive Director, DCIIA 

For anyone who’s responsible for overseeing company sponsored defined contribution plans, asset accumulation and decumulation issues are at the forefront of priorities.

  1. Accumulation: Questions persist around increasing participation, appropriate contribution rates and how sophisticated and customized investment lineups need to be to meet requirement income goals.  Therefore, retirement readiness is on the forefront of plan sponsors minds, seeking to meet the needs of their participants while also addressing the increase in staffing related costs (wages, health care, productivity losses) which occur as employees are not ready financially to retire.  
  2. Decumulation: Potential challenges exist around the fiduciary responsibility of the plan sponsor in choosing an annuity provider, finding ways assets can be retained in the plan and determining which retirement income options are best for participants.  Costs of annuities, lack of safe harbor protections and not wanting to be a first mover -- all seem to be creating inertia here. 

Join defined contribution plan sponsors in your area for an interactive, 2-hour event, where you'll:

  • Hear panel discussions from industry experts
  • Share experiences managing DC plans
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