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Both Transamerica and Fidelity this week announced new collaborations aimed at supporting clients interested in collective approaches to managing their retirement plans.
Employers can outsource 401(k) plan administration and fiduciary risk through the firm’s partnerships with select TPAs and 3(38) investment management providers.
The firm says its offering is simpler than a PEP and is available to tax-exempt as well as corporate ERISA plan sponsors.
The solution for small and midsized businesses that want to offer a 401(k) or 403(b) plan features digital advice and a financial wellness platform for employees.
The app will allow Spanish speakers to make contribution decisions and monitor their retirement progress, among other things.
With the partnership, participants in smaller plans will have access to a goals-based investing solution.
Components of the Remotiv platform are designed to increase participants’ efficient use of their retirement plan benefits.