The new name better reflects its broader commitment to servicing company retirement plans and its expertise in bringing institutional-level plan advice to companies of all sizes, the company says. The transition to InTrust Fiduciary Group will take place over the next several months.
According to Michael Maresh, principal of InTrust Fiduciary Group, the name InTrust Fiduciary Group better captures the nature of the firm and what it represents, because of its growth within all types of workplace retirement plan segments. “We now provide independent retirement plan consulting services for organizations of all sizes,” Maresh says.
The firm has been providing independent and objective advice to plan sponsors and their employees for more than 15 years. InTrust Fiduciary Group’s primary focus is Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) consulting for both publicly and privately held companies, and non-profit organizations. The firm will continue serving as a fiduciary partner.
“Every company we meet with has similar plan goals: reduce risks, lower costs, relieve fiduciary burdens and most importantly, give their employees the best chance for retirement success,” Maresh said in a statement. “We believe the only way to achieve this is to provide unbiased, personalized, conflict-free advice.”
More information about InTrust Fiduciary Group is on its website.