Spectrum says the transition will be seamless in terms of client services and fees for retirement plan sponsors and participants working with CCI, and for advisers serving CCI’s plans. The merger is designed to bring a comprehensive suite of plan administration and management services while still maintaining high-quality customer service, according to the firms.
To show a continued commitment to existing and future partners in Hawaii, this book of CCI business will operate under the trade name Alliance Benefit Group of Hawaii. The firms are also establishing two new websites: www.401khawaii.com and www.abghawaii.com.
As a Spectrum and ABG Hawaii client, sponsors can anticipate an enhanced online participant experience through detailed reporting, on-demand statements, transactions tools, distribution support and loan requests, the firm says.
Additional information about Spectrum is available at www.spectrumpension.com.