Combined with a personal consultation with a licensed financial adviser, the evaluation provides individuals with an overview of their retirement readiness and includes scenarios that show how their savings might fare in different market conditions, the company said in a press release.
The company said the new tool will provide an overview of an individual’s current retirement situation and asset location and then propose adjustments to his portfolio and spending patterns. Additionally, it will review current and potential needs for insurance coverage and describe how long a portfolio will stretch in moderate or poor market conditions.
According to Alan Kizor, senior vice president and manager of retirement solutions for Union Bank and UnionBanc Investment Services, the new evaluation process “considers variables like market risk, inflation and healthcare costs so that people can have confidence in their financial situation, or make changes to address a potential income shortfall.”
The evaluation is administered by a financial adviser with UnionBanc Investment Services, which has a total of 125 advisers based in the Investment Centers of Union Bank’s branches in California, Oregon, and Washington. Individuals may schedule an evaluation by calling 1.800.634.1100.
More information is available at www.unionbank.com.