You might think that offering a multitude of funds is an opportunity for plan participants to build their own well-diversified portfolio. But too many choices can overwhelm them – so much so that it may cause a decline in participation rates.
Our white label strategies can streamline your defined contribution investment menu, while still offering broad diversification and quality managers. Our multi-manager, white-label approach provides simpler options with optimized allocations of sub-asset classes. This lineup offers your participants additional diversification, designed for their demographics and behavior.
- Simpler, diversified, asset-class-level options with clear, objective-focused strategy names
- Increased access to actively managed, established institutional asset managers
- Cost-effective, easy-to-implement structures with seamless manager replacement and no blackout periods for participants
How it works
A white label strategy usually represents a single plan option, yet it is actually composed of multiple underlying managers in a fund-of-funds structure. Plan sponsors can employ a wide range of investment vehicles, from mutual funds and collective investment trusts to separate accounts for this structure.
Because we combine institutional managers, you’re able to offer more sophisticated options to your DC participants than those available “off the shelf.” And our team of 100+ investment experts has the ability to make quick decisions and manage the portfolio against current market conditions.
Let us show you how a white label strategy would look for your organization.
Information provided by SEI Investments Management Corporation (SIMC), a registered investment adviser and wholly owned subsidiary of SEI Investments Company.