The company says the enhancements increase the flexibility and breadth of asset classes for plan sponsors using these products to fund their qualified retirement plans.
The additions include offerings from new fund families, such as American Funds, Morgan Stanley Investment Management, Natixis Funds, OppenheimerFunds and Putnam Investments. New funds are also being added from existing fund families, including Vanguard, MFS, Franklin Templeton Investments and Invesco. With these news funds, The Guardian Choice now totals 138 funds, while The Guardian Advantage has 111.
“The investment options in our group retirement product line-up offer a large selection of investment options across the risk/reward spectrum that are managed by some of the most well-recognized investment managers in the industry,” says Douglas Dubitsky, vice president at Guardian Retirement Solutions. “With multiple qualified default investment alternative (QDIA) options and no proprietary fund requirements, GIAC’s group retirement funding vehicles allow plan sponsors to select from a diverse and flexible fund line-up best suited to meet the needs of their plan participants.”
Guardian Retirement Solutions is a provider of group retirement products in the micro- to small-plan market, helping plan sponsors, plan participants and the financial professionals who serve them optimize the retirement planning process. For more information, visit http://401k.guardianlife.com/.
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