The company says that its platform offers defined contribution plan sponsors “cutting-edge technologies in a daily valuation environment, while preserving valuable plan design flexibility”, and that that Payden addition “furthers CPI’s goal of providing depth, choice and enhanced flexibility to financial advisers, defined contribution plan sponsors and their retirement plan participants”.
Payden & Rygel, headquartered in Los Angeles with offices in Boston, London, Dublin, Frankfurt and Beijing, is one of the largest global independent investment managers, according to the announcement.
For more information about Payden & Rygel visit http://www.payden.com
With corporate headquarters in Great Bend, Kansas, CPI, a wholly owned subsidiary of CUNA Mutual Group, has 20 offices located throughout the United States, and currently provides its services to more than 3,700 retirement plan clients and their investment professionals. More information is available at http://www.cpiqpc.com
CPI is a wholly owned subsidiary of CUNA Mutual Group.
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