PLANADVISER Weekend Newsdash
Week ending April 29th, 2016
NOTE FROM THE EDITOR
Happy Friday, PLANADVISER readers! This week’s mailing takes a timely look at the Securities and Exchange Commission’s ongoing money market fund reform. Major changes are slated to take effect later in 2016, SEC leadership warns, meaning advisers and their service provider partners should already be moving to address the reforms. Below you’ll find our recent reporting on the reforms and their likely impact on retirement plan investment menus. 
Editor's choice
SEC Adopts Money Market Fund Reform Rules
New Securities and Exchange Commission rule amendments establish structural and operational reforms aimed at addressing “run risks” in money market funds, among other issues that came to light during the financial crisis.  Read more >
Clearing Up Money Market Fund Reform Misunderstanding
Retirement plans will not necessarily have to divest from retail money market funds under SEC’s pending reforms, but plan sponsors and advisers may decide it’s best. Read more >
Money Market Fund Reform Likely Warrants Changes
The recent money market fund reforms adopted by the SEC, which take effect in October 2016, will require retirement plan advisers to review the money market funds in their plan sponsor clients’ lineups and possibly recommend changes, experts say. Read more >
Don't Get Left Behind By Money Market Fund Reform
A survey of institutional asset managers highlights persistent uncertainty and lack of preparedness around pending SEC money market reforms. Read more >
MMF Reform and Stable Value
Some providers are predicting the changes to money market funds will drive renewed interest in stable value funds, leading to the question, what is most important to clients when considering stable value?  Read more >
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Asset Managers Weigh In on DC Plan Investment Trends

They foresee growth in the use of CITs, retirement income products and ESG investments.

The 2022 Retirement Landscape Takes Shape

The U.S. faces a $4 trillion retirement savings gap heading in the new year, but both public and private solutions are coming online to help more people prepare adequately for life after work.

Plaintiffs File ERISA Excessive Fee Lawsuit Against VCA

The lawsuit claims the veterinary hospital network’s retirement plan, which has more than $500 million in assets, should have paid lower fees for recordkeeping and administrative services.

Retirement Industry People Moves

Portfolio Evaluations adds senior fiduciary consultant; Voya Investment Management to acquire Tygh Capital Management; and Alan Biller and Associates makes key promotions.

Creative Planning Acquires Dashboard Wealth Advisors

This is Creative Planning’s second recent deal, underscoring how adviser industry M&A volume continues at a rapid pace.

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