PLANADVISER Weekend Newsdash
Week ending October 30th, 2015
NOTE FROM THE EDITOR
Happy Friday, PLANADVISER readers! We are pleased to bring you this inaugural edition of PLANADVISERweekend, a new newsletter that we know will make a great addition to our daily mailings and bi-monthly print publications. Here you will find a selection of the week’s top-clicked articles and other selected content curated by the PLANADVISER staff—all to help you stay informed and prepare for another busy week running your businesses and improving retirement plans. 
Editor's choice
Retirement Preparedness Needle Not Moving
Financial Finesse offers suggestions for improving employees’ retirement preparedness and making sure Millennials do not end up in the same situation many Baby Boomers are in now. Read more >
Technologically Savvy Advisers Reap More Assets
Technologically savvy advisers, which Fidelity Clearing & Custody is dubbing “eAdvisers,” reap several advantages. They have nearly 40% more assets under management, attract more Gen X and Gen Y investors and are more adept at expanding their geographic reach. Read more >
Income Planning Requires Annuity Know-How
With Senator Elizabeth Warren’s (D-Massachusetts) annuity report grabbing headlines this week, readers told us it’s important for lawmakers to remember there are big differences between retail and institutional advisory practices. Here’s what it takes to bring annuities to clients.  Read more >
OCIO Market Expansion Reaching Public DBs
This week we heard from Cerulli Associates that asset managers and advisory firms are benefitting from strong growth in outsourced chief investment officer business among a relatively untapped client bases—public defined benefit plans. Read more >
Rx Costs Drive Up Amount Needed for Retirement
Plan sponsors are charging headlong into open enrollment season—and chances are they are feeling some pain from premium growth. Research released this week finds one real source of pressure is the cost of prescription drugs.  Read more >
MOST POPULAR STORIES
House Subcommittee Witnesses Bash SEC’s Regulation Best Interest

Out of five witnesses called before the House Subcommittee on Investor Protection, Entrepreneurship and Capital markets, just one spoke favorably about the SEC’s conflict of interest regulations—and his support was conditioned on the SEC taking further action in this area.

Mixed Ruling in Oracle ERISA Suit Strongly Favors Defense

Despite a setback for Oracle at the class certification stage, a new ruling out of a federal court in Colorado pushes back strongly against many—but not all—of the plaintiffs’ claims.

Retirement Industry People Moves

Nationwide Retirement Plans adds consultant relations director; Chalice creates partnership with Orion Services; GoldPoint Partners appoints managing principle; and more. 

Many Widows, Divorcees Feel Patronized by Financial Advisers

If they feel this way, they are inclined to shun advisers altogether, New York Life Investments learned in a survey.

Some Say Investors Are Better Served by Tactical TDFs
The Great Recession prompted many target-date fund managers to begin to consider tactical glide-path deviations based on market conditions and forecasts.

Editorial: Alison Cooke Mintzer alison.mintzer@strategic-i.com

Advertising: Paul Zampitella paul.zampitella@strategic-i.com

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