PLANADVISER Weekend Newsdash
Week ending June 9th, 2017
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Client Service
PSNC 2017: The Top Trends Impacting DC Plans and Participants
Is the concept of a retirement income solution too small? Industry experts share thoughts on this and other evolving trends in retirement plan saving strategies.   Read more >
Client Service
PSNC 2017: Plan Sponsors Face an Exciting and Challenging Future
Today, still only 23% of retired people draw a major portion of their income from DC plans; this figure will increase dramatically in the next 10 years as the other sources of income fade. Read more >
Client Service
PSNC 2017: Re-enrollment Helps Maximize Plan Performance
The concept of re-enrollment should be an exciting one from the perspective of plan sponsors—a strategy that adds another layer of control and sophistication to a defined contribution retirement plan. Read more >
Compliance
PSNC 2017: ERISA Experts Project the Fiduciary Future
Expert speakers at PSNC 2017 freely admitted this is a vexing and even a bit frustrating time from the perspective of trying to get in front of potential major regulatory and legislative change. Read more >
Client Service
PSNC 2017: The Effect of Choice on Regret Aversion and Trust in Sponsors’ DC Plans
Enhanced active choice has been shown to improve participant outcomes. Read more >
MOST POPULAR STORIES
Stimulus Bill Extends Some Provisions of the CARES Act

It also provides a way for retirement plan sponsors to avoid a partial plan termination.

Practice Management: Areas of Success

A look at what worked particularly well in 2020 and that could keep propelling growth in 2021.

HUB Names New Leader for Retirement and Private Wealth

PLANADVISER has learned that HUB International has named Joe DeNoyior as the new leader for Retirement and Private Wealth.

Retirement Plan Trustee Faces Cybersecurity-Related Lawsuit

The lawsuit says the trustee failed to prevent a fraudulent distribution from a participant's account and is failing to take responsibility.

Democrats Have Won the Power to Fix Union Pensions
A bipartisan compromise solution to end the multiemployer pension crisis is urgently required, sources agree, and one could finally be forthcoming in the U.S. Congress.
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