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DB Summit: Long-Term Investing
DB Summit: Long-Term Investing
Liability-driven investment, lump-sum distribution and de-risking options are all on the table, experts say.
Ohio Judge Dismisses ERISA Lawsuit Against Grocery Chain
A retirement plan lawsuit that alleged excessive fees for recordkeeping against the Kroger grocery store chain was dismissed.
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2023 DC Survey Standouts
Understanding Investments and Fees: A Key Part of Plan Committee Education
TIAA In-Plan Retirement Income Option Reaches $30B
Monday, the Dow lost 90.50 points (0.28%) to close at 31,819.14, the Nasdaq gained 49.96 points (0.45%) to close at 11,188.84 and the S&P 500 lost 5.83 points (0.15%) to close at 3,855.76. The Russell 2000 decreased 28.40 points (1.60%) to close at 1,744.30 and the Wilshire 5000 decreased 114.45 points (0.30%) to close at 38,264.73.

The price of the 10-year Treasury note increased 11/32, bringing the yield to 3.577%. The price of the 30-year Treasury bond decreased 1/32, bringing the yield to 3.716%.
Lower Liabilities Somewhat Offset by Equity Volatility in February
Overall, U.S. corporate pension funding levels experienced a slight increase last month.
SECURE 2.0 Webinar Series
Join PLANSPONSOR, PLANADVISER and a panel of industry experts on March 15, as they review SECURE 2.0 provisions related to employee financial wellness; ways plan sponsors can implement new benefits, and how advisers can help them; and how to determine the best benefits for a plan sponsor’s unique employee group.
Plan Progress Webinar: Retirement Income
Join PLANSPONSOR on March 16 for the first Plan Progress webinar of 2023 for a conversation with researchers from DCIIA to learn more about the characteristics of different retiree segments, how they spend in retirement, their preferences for retirement income and how plan sponsors can use the information as they search for the right plan provider.
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