In the third installment of our series on retirement and CITs, we examine some of the intricacies involved with appealing to the next generation of retirement plan participants.
The younger generations have a different investing experience, often carry student debt, and are at the forefront of the “gig economy.” To prepare for this shift in market dynamics, it is essential for managers to consider the following three themes:
- The savings landscape will become more complicated
- A new generation of savers will not know what it’s like to pick individual funds
- Simplified solutions will require more flexible vehicles
To learn more about how to navigate this shift, download our paper by completing this short form.
About The Knowledge Partnership
We analyze, develop and communicate our perspectives on the market trends that affect the traditional and alternative investments industry at large, especially those that will shape the business conditions in the years to come.
The Defined Contribution Market Meets Its Match
Part one in our series covers the DC market, how CITs play a role, and the consequences of regulationGet the paper
Innovations in the Defined Contribution Market
Part two in our series covers innovations in the DC market, and the trends moving the market forwardGet the paper