Planadviser Logo
Weekday news and analysis for retirement plan advisers
Monday, April 19, 2021
Exclusives | Awards | Research | Events
Investing
Once They Catch On, PEPs Could Grow Exponentially
The current hesitancy over how they will take shape will be overcome by appreciation among advisers and sponsors alike at the prospect of expanding retirement coverage, sources say
News Feed Quick Links
Deals & People
Practice Management
Products
Client Service
Data & Research
Investing
Compliance
Judge Finds Most Allegations Sufficient in Lawsuit Over CITs
Among other claims, the lawsuit says Aon and a 401(k) plan sponsor caused the plan to invest in Aon’s proprietary collective investment trusts (CITs) for Aon’s benefit.
Today’s Most Read
1. Dissecting TIAA Subsidiary’s $97 Million SEC Rollover Settlement
2. Empower to Acquire Full-Service Retirement Business of Prudential
3. With Prudential Acquisition, Empower Aims for Growth Up to 3x Faster Than Other Recordkeepers
Retirement Industry People Moves
DWC – The 401(k) Experts selects new principal; Voya Financial realigns New Jersey territories to expand distribution reach; and Ascensus names new FuturePlan president.
Special Coverage: Pros and Cons of Customization
From the growth of custom default target-date funds to new approaches to managed accounts, there’s a lot for advisers and their clients to consider.
The Tax Distinction
Education on saving should include a tax talk, but what can advisers safely say?
Continuous Education
Plan committee members’ fiduciary training should never end.
Market Mirror Market Mirror Graph

Friday, the Dow climbed 164.68 points (0.48%) to 34,200.67, the Nasdaq was up 13.58 points (0.10%) at 14,052.34, and the S&P 500 gained 15.05 points (0.36%) to finish at 4,185.47. The Russell 2000 increased 5.60 points (0.25%) to 2,262.67, and the Wilshire 5000 closed 118.69 points (0.27%) higher at 43,887.92.

 

The price of the 10-year Treasury note and the 30-year Treasury bond each were down 1/32, increasing their yields to 1.591% and 2.281%, respectively.

 

For the week ending April 16, the Dow finished 1.18% higher, the Nasdaq increased 1.09%, and the S&P 500 gained 1.37%. The Russell 2000 was up 0.89%, and the Wilshire 5000 climbed 1.39%.

Did someone forward you this newsletter?
Sign up here to get PLANADVISER Dash directly in your mailbox!
rss icon twitter icon linkedin-in icon facebook icon
ISS MEDIA logo
Unsubscribe | Manage Subscriptions | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Advertise
©2021 Asset International, Inc. All rights reserved.
702 King Farm Boulevard, Suite 400, Rockville, MD 20850