Under the platform, plan sponsors no longer have to contact each potential provider and request separate proposals.
Seventy percent of employers use target-date funds (TDFs) as the default investment option for their retirement plans, yet ESG versions of these portfolios are virtually nonexistent, according to ClearPoint.
To help allay their fears, MetLife has issued the first of four white papers on financial wellness.
Franklin Templeton creates additional active funds; Hartford Funds presents ETF focused on fixed income; First Trust introduces actively managed ETF; and more.
The 403(b) and 457(b) plan recordkeeper offers participant enrollment, investment transparency, transactions processing and increased plan oversight.
The guide for small and mid-sized employers is based on research that found what would promote employees’ participation in health wellness programs and barriers to employers offering and employees participating in them.
The Platinum 401(k) assumes the role of the ERISA 3(16) Plan Administrator, and Fidelis Fiduciary Management serves as the ERISA 3(38) Investment Manager.
Franklin Templeton expands ETF lineup with three additional funds; ABG and Russell partner on managed account program; and more.
The metrics provide data that plan sponsors can use to demonstrate that certain features are effective and help them make further plan enhancements to encourage retirement preparedness, says Diana Awed, head of marketing and client experience for T. Rowe Price.
MassMutual introduces new TDFs, and Krane Funds Advisors creates CIT for retirement plans.
Vanguard creates World Bond ETF, and Barrow Hanley introduces bank loan investment strategy.
Projected retirement income can now be viewed at both the plan and participant level.
The First Trust Dorsey Wright DALI 1 ETF seeks to correspond to the Nasdaq Dorsey Wright DALI 1 Index, which is designed to evaluate four broad asset classes: Domestic Equity, International Equity, Fixed Income and Commodities.
The platform provides digital and workplace financial wellness features for employees.
With Actifio Sky and Actifio Data-as-a-Service, Sentinel Benefits was able to create high-availability customer data solutions and obtain data protection improvements.
What sets Centurion’s service apart is its focus on analyzing benefits spend and helping plan sponsors find the money to offer financial wellness to employees.
While ReadyPlan is designed for small employers, Securian’s new ERISA 3(16) fiduciary service is available to employers of all sizes utilizing any of Securian’s retirement plan products, including defined benefit (DB) plans.
The app is said to be a mobilized version of their PlanFocus platform, launched in 2014.
OnePension is a profit-sharing plan that allows participants to annuitize their account balances when they retire.
Advantus rebrands as Securian Asset Management, and Northern Trust to provide services for new Morningstar funds.