THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

Keeping Stable  Value Options Stable

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Keeping Stable Value Options Stable

15% of participants select a stable value option for their DC plan account if one is made available to them—about twice as many as those participants selecting money market funds—making stable value a significant part of a plan lineup.

2015 Movers & Shakers

Envisage Information Systems, TIAA-CREF, Franklin Templeton Investments, Wells Fargo, J.P. Morgan Asset Management, American Century Investments, Voya 2015-12-22

Expert Insight

An adviser and recordkeeper confront challenges in the retirement plan industry.

Planning for Income

A new approach to target-date funds leads to a focus on retirement income.

Joe Ready

Executive vice president, Wells Fargo Institutional Retirement and Trust

Todd Howard

National Sales Manager, Retirement and Investment Only, Voya Investment Management

Ed Moslander & Ben Lewis

Ed Moslander, Senior managing director at TIAA-CREF; Ben Lewis, Senior managing director institutional relationships at TIAA CREF

Mike Miller & Anne Lester

Mike Miller, Head of Retirement Distribution, US Funds Management at J.P. Morgan Asset Management; and Anne Lester, Portfolio Manager and Head of Retirement Solutions, J.P. Morgan Asset Management

James Macey

Senior vice president, portfolio manager at Franklin Templeton Solutions

Scott Wittman

Chief Investment Officer for Asset Allocation at American Century Investments®

Christen Marsenison

Vice president of corporate strategy and development for Envisage Information Systems

Client-Centered Solutions For a Customized Plan

The ideal retirement plan makes it possible for advisers to both reduce plan sponsor clients’ fiduciary risk and maximize plan participant savings.

Leading Edge

The future of technology in retirement plans.

Digging In to Diversification

The value of offering well-managed target-date funds for all markets.

The Affordable Care Act: Retirement Advisers' Upcoming Opportunity

As smaller businesses grapple with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), they are more interested than ever in support from advisers who understand the terms of the ACA and can help them understand what these mean for company benefits packages—and retirement plans.