PLANADVISER Weekend Newsdash
Week ending July 14th, 2017
NOTE FROM THE EDITOR
Happy Friday, readers! As we announced last week, moving forward the curated content in our roundup newsletters will be themed. The second Friday of each month, the topic is Investments. We hope you enjoy this new format and know you will find it helpful and informative.
Investing
CITs and Custom TDFs Shine in Mega Market
New research from Northern Trust finds its largest plan sponsor clients have broadly embraced collective investment trusts, and more than half now use custom TDFs. Read more >
PLANADVISER DCIO Industry Snapshot
Mutual funds continue to be the investment vehicle of choice among the 42 DCIO providers surveyed, while exchange traded funds are almost entirely avoided. Read more >
More Institutional Assets Pour Into Fewer Securities
A new analysis published by Pantheon warns that the total number of publically listed securities has dramatically declined in recent decades—challenging assumptions about maximizing diversification. Read more >
Reflections on Roth As Tax Debate Unfolds
Effectively managing income taxes over a lifetime requires a careful balance of a person’s current tax burden with the need to achieve tax diversification for the unknown future. Read more >
ESG Used To Motivate Greater Savings and Mitigate Risk
For some segments of the employee population, access to environmentally and socially conscious investment options spurs a significant bump in savings rates. Read more >
Should Inflation Be a Bigger Client Concern?
As the Federal Reserve nears its dual mandate of maximum employment and price stability, there are increasing concerns about inflation, even though they are still muted, according to a Fidelity analysis. Read more >
MOST POPULAR STORIES
Moving From Words to Actions on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Adviser industry professionals tasked with addressing the serious lack of diversity and inclusion in their field say the events of the past few years have helped supercharge efforts to solve a longstanding problem.
The 2022 M&A Outlook: Bumper or Bust?
Experts foresee strong interest in retirement industry merger and acquisition deals continuing next year, but firms may have more difficulty securing top talent as the number of transactions mounts.
The 2022 Retirement Legislation Landscape Takes Shape

The SECURE Act became law at the very end of 2019, ushering in major changes for the retirement planning industry, and experts are again asking whether the close of 2021 could bring similar progress.

Succession Planning Marketplace Evolves
While plan advisers often discuss the importance of succession planning with plan participants or wealth management clients, they might need to follow their own advice when evaluating plans for their business.
People More Open to Seeking Adviser Help With Overall Financial Wellness

Older generations are more frequently seeking help with cash and debt management.

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