PLANSPONSOR Weekend Newsdash
Week ending June 9th, 2017
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Participants
PSNC 2017: Top Trends
The 30,000-foot view of employer-sponsored benefit programs and participant trends—what may stay and what may change.Read more >
Participants
PSNC 2017: Plan Design Elements of the Future
Starting off the 2017 PLANSPONSOR National Conference, the panel discussed key plan design features that can boost participant engagement.Read more >
Administration
PSNC 2017: The Many Benefits of Re-enrollment
Experts addressing the PLANSPONSOR National Conference urged attendees not to fear aggressive re-enrollments from a fiduciary or workload perspective.Read more >
Compliance
PSNC 2017: Washington Update
Top ERISA attorneys give their best predictions about how tax reform, open MEPs, fiduciary rulemaking and other regulatory and legislative matters will evolve under Republican leadership.Read more >
Benefits
PSNC 2017: Retirement Security at an Inflection Point
“We are at a unique inflection point in history, with a number of forces converging simultaneously that are forever changing how we approach retirement,” argued Joe Ready, of Wells Fargo Institutional Retirement and Trust.Read more >
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Increased funded status for DB plans and rising interest rates make now a good time for plan sponsors to consider implementing pension risk transfer transactions.

Building Inclusivity Into Employee Benefits

While it’s a crucial step, experts say promoting an inclusive workplace entails more than offering benefits to different employee demographics. 

DC Plan Participants Need More Than Jargon

The way people view and define retirement has undergone a significant philosophical change in recent years, creating a clear and present need to update the defined contribution plan lexicon.

Editorial: Alison Cooke Mintzer alison.mintzer@strategic-i.com

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