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TIAA Enhances Retirement Income Profile Tool

Available to all customers, the tool analyzes an individual’s real-time account information, along with their responses to a handful of simple lifestyle and financial questions, allowing for projections and interactive analysis of retirement income strategies. 

Advisers Can Help Start-Up Retirement Plans Evolve

PLANSPONSOR’s 2018 Defined Contribution Survey found many start-up plans have not yet adopted plan design best practices and many are unsure about fees, but fortunately, nearly two-thirds employ the services of a retirement plan adviser or institutional investment consultant.

INSIDE THE MAGAZINE PLANADVISER January/February 2019

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VALIC Rebrands to AIG Retirement Services

Rob Scheinerman, president, AIG Retirement Services, tells PLANADVISER that while the VALIC name is strong and well respected, the AIG name carries even greater recognition in the marketplace and among sponsors, consultants and participants, and relationship management teams and advisers are very excited to go to market as AIG.

Another Undisclosed Fee Lawsuit Filed Against Fidelity

According to the recent complaint, Fidelity has breached its fiduciary duties to retirement plans by charging mutual fund and other investment companies a substantial fee as a condition for their investment vehicles being offered on Fidelity’s fund platform.

New DCIIA Report Aims to Help DC Plan Sponsors With Custom TDF Discussions

Chris Nikolich, with AB, and co-contributor to the research initiative, told PLANADVISER, “The whole purpose of this was to allow plan sponsors to compare their custom allocations to others managed by potentially other investment managers. That kind of peer information didn’t exist; there has been no ability for plan sponsors to gauge how similar or different their custom TDF glidepaths are to others.”