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To Know Your Managers…

is to understand the nature of their non-compete agreements, a ruling in favor of Wellington Management suggests
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Risk and the 401(k) Investor

A revered economist tells why 401(k) investors are getting the short end of the stick when it comes to sophisticated portfolio analysis: Q&A with William Sharpe Economist, Nobel...
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Remaining Neutral

There is a place for market neutral strategies in your investment portfolio, plan sponsors say--but watch out for shoddy imitations
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Another Ounce of Prevention

California lawmakers have approved legislation designed to stamp out influence peddling at public funds
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Sizing Up Vendor Relationships

Seeking an accurate measure of your outsourcer's effectiveness? Make sure to consider your vendor management style, as well
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Whose Surplus Is It?

Supreme question: Can workers who help to fund a defined benefit plan keep excess funds for themselves?
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Stable Value Thinks Small

Now even the smallest 401(k) plans can take advantage of the latest stable value innovations
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Leak-Proofing Your Plan

Loan provisions increase 401(k) participation and contributions. But is "leakage" ruining your best-laid plans?
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Bermuda’s Retiree Health Care

The IRS has given the high sign to a process that lets employers self-insure retiree health liabilities--and profit from the experience
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Four Dirty Secrets

What every plan sponsor needs to know about asset allocation's limitations as a tool for effecient portfolio design