Newsdash Insight on Plan Design & Investment Strategy from PLANSPONSOR
September 14th, 2020
And the Winner Is…
PLANSPONSOR is pleased to announce the 2020 Plan Sponsor of the Year winner in the Public Defined Contribution (DC) category—University System of Georgia. Read the expanded profile. Read more >
And the Winner Is…
PLANSPONSOR is pleased to announce the 2020 Plan Sponsor of the Year winner in the Total Retirement Offering category—Sumitomo Machinery Corp. of America. Read the expanded profile. Read more >
Advisers Expect Retirement Plan Coverage to Expand Due to SECURE Act
Leading defined contribution (DC) consultants also expect participants will increase their savings rates. Read more >
New Fiduciary Rule Ahead
The main theme of the DOL’s new rule proposal is in alignment with other regulators—the SEC and FINRA in particular—but the agency is not surrendering its jurisdiction over tax-qualified retirement plans. Read more >
The Secret to Getting a Gig
Mentorship is key to the adviser industry’s future. Read more >
Eyes on the Investment Menu
Efforts to Boost Americans’ Retirement Savings Continue at Full Speed
‘Secure Act 2.0’ Likely to Become a Reality
With Prudential Acquisition, Empower Aims for Growth Up to 3x Faster Than Other Recordkeepers
The Future of Health Care—and What It Means for Retirement Planning
The Virtue in ESG Factors
These investing strategies reveal a rare source of rapid growth. Read more >
Warn Your Clients
Sponsors face hard choices about COVID-19 hardship withdrawals. Read more >
Market Mirror
Friday, the Dow closed 131.06 points (0.48%) higher at 27,655.64, the NASDAQ lost 66.05 points (0.60%) to finish at 10,853.55, and the S&P 500 was up 1.78 points (0.05%) at 3,340.97. The Russell 2000 fell 29.21 points (1.91%) to 1,497.27, and the Wilshire 5000 decreased 23.28 points (0.07%) to 34,072.78.   The price of the 10-year Treasury note was up 1/32, decreasing its yield to 0.671%. The price of the 30-year Treasury bond increased 24/32, bringing its yield down to 1.415%.   For the week ending September 11, the Dow was down 1.70%, the NASDAQ fell 4.06%, and the S&P 500 finished 2.51% lower. The Russell 2000 decreased 2.48%, and the Wilshire 5000 lost 2.57%.
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