The firm is launching a new program for 403(b) plans.
Tag: Retirement Plan Industry
Partnering with Financial Finesse, intellicents is rolling out a new comprehensive financial wellness program.
Outside of Social Security benefits, Americans are looking to 401(k)s and IRAs to fund most of their retirement.
A public retirement plan that would expand access to workplace savings for private-sector workers is viable, a Connecticut study says.
Taking a more holistic view of benefits, coping with the “longevity disconnect” and improving pension risk management were topics for retirement industry experts at PANC 2015.
Meiji Yasuda is a prominent group benefit insurance company in Japan.
Executive benefits continue to be a strategic component of total rewards programs for health care executives, Mercer finds.
Job-seekers nearing retirement age face employment barriers.
The employee benefits guidance tool aims to help retirement savers make important financial decisions.
The SPARK Institute Inc. appointed a new executive director, Timothy Rouse.
More than three-quarters (78%) of nonqualified retirement plan sponsors surveyed indicated they have some concerns and challenges with their plans.
Longevity annuities could help many individuals use their retirement assets most effectively to achieve financial security, according to a new paper.
Nationwide has expanded the company’s 3(38) investment fiduciary service from IRON Financial, LLC.
With its new 401(k) Solution product, KPP Financial aims to provide small and mid-size companies and non-profit organizations with in-depth investment advisory services.
A federal appellate court found that a clause in a retirement plan document restricting the venue of lawsuits filed against the plan is enforceable.
Highland Capital Management announced the appointment of Carla Martin as managing director of national accounts in the firm's independent broker/dealer (B/D) channel.
The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) has updated its website with premium rates for 2015.
Amid feelings of guilt over not investing enough (a mere 23% feel “proud” of how they handled their money this year), Americans know they need to do more investing and saving for the future, according to the latest Merrill Edge Report.
HighTower, the Baltimore-based financial services firm delivering differentiated solutions to corporate plan sponsors, announced the addition of Charlie Vieth and Steve Zients to its team.
Drew Miyawaki and Aodhagan Byrne, both members of the U.K. operations of Legal & General Investment Management America Inc. (LGIMA), have joined the U.S. division.