PLANADVISER Weekend Newsdash
Week ending April 28th, 2017
NOTE FROM THE EDITOR
Happy Friday, readers! We finally have a new Secretary of Labor, on the verge of President Trump’s 100th day in office. Andrew Acosta is known for a distinguished career in public service, and compared with the previous pick for the position, the response to the nomination and approval of Acosta has been far more positive, both on the left and the right of the political spectrum. Get the latest reporting on the Acosta confirmation and other pressing regulatory matters below, and have a great weekend! 
Editor's choice
New Pilot Takes the Helm at Department of Labor
The newly confirmed Secretary of Labor, Alexander Acosta, will steer from the top the effort to either overturn or leave in place the Obama-era fiduciary rule and other regulatory reforms. Read more >
Does White Labeling Conflict With Transparency Trends?
At a recent PLANADVISER focus group event, it was evident that small- and mid-market plan sponsors had little interest in “white labeling” investments—and their rationale might surprise you. Read more >
Few See Income Drop After Claiming Social Security
Data shared by the Investment Company Institute suggests Social Security is a kind of income bonus for many—not a final income lifeline to be tapped once other wealth runs out. Read more >
Bill Would Address Loan Repayments and Savings After a Hardship Withdrawal
The Shrinking Emergency Account Losses Act would allow employees to continue to contribute to their DC plans during the six months following a hardship withdrawal, among other things. Read more >
Most IRA Assets Flow From Employer Plans
A new study by the Center for Retirement Research explores the modern state of the individual retirement account and those who invest in it. Read more >
MOST POPULAR STORIES
Wait, SECURE 2.0 Might Not Pass?

The legislative package may be running out of time, suggested Senator Ben Cardin at the EBRI Retirement Summit.

Asset Managers Scramble to Offer In-Demand Investment Vehicles

Asset managers are replicating existing mutual fund investment strategies in separately managed accounts and collective investment trusts to meet demand from retirement advisers and sponsors, according to new findings from Cerulli.

401(k) Robo-Adviser Blooom Shuts Services, Sells Tech to Morgan Stanley

A 401(k) robo-adviser with more than $5 billion in assets under management stopped servicing clients in November and has sold its technology to Morgan Stanley.

Experts: More Hackers Going After Retirement Savings

Cybersecurity experts say they see an increase in theft of participant data from retirement plans, and warn about scams in cryptocurrency investments.

Near-Retirees May Be at Risk for Retirement Income Shortfall

A DCIIA report written by industry players looks at how rising interest rates and inflation are cutting into common retirement income tactics, as well as the new tools generating interest among plan fiduciaries and sponsors.

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