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How 401(k) advisers can increase their fees

May 23, 2018

It seems that the race to the bottom for 401(k) and 403(b) advisory fees will not slow down anytime soon. But some plan advisers have found a way not only to halt the trend, but actually increase fees. The first step advisers can take to maintain...

Supreme Court decision likely to prevent brokers from filing class-action lawsuits

May 22, 2018

A Supreme Court decision handed down yesterday will likely curb brokers' ability to band together in lawsuits against broker-dealers to fight perceived wrongdoing in the workplace. In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court on Monday ruled that companies...

When skewed super-OSJ priorities raise red flags for retirement plan advisers

May 21, 2018

Retirement plan-focused financial advisers have always been a natural fit for the super-office of supervisory jurisdiction model. The specialized nature and large scale of their practices mean that super-OSJs that understand the retirement plan...

Oregon auto-IRA success shows national program would 'work well,' advocate says

May 16, 2018

Oregon's auto-IRA program has only been around a few months, but its early success demonstrates a similar framework could work at the national level, a proponent said at a congressional hearing Wednesday. Oregon launched a pilot phase of its...

Team advising on $2 billion leaves Avondale for Janney

May 15, 2018

Glasgow Wealth Management Group, which advised on nearly $2 billion in individual accounts and corporate client retirement plans, has joined Janney Montgomery Scott from Avondale Partners, a Tennessee-based independent advisory firm. The group,...

Philips North America reaches $17 million settlement in 401(k) lawsuit

May 15, 2018

Philips North America has agreed to pay $17 million to settle a lawsuit alleging that the company breached its fiduciary duty in connection with the management of its 401(k) plan. The settlement, which also included nonmonetary provisions, still...

LPL closing Worksite Financial Solutions 401(k) platform

May 14, 2018

LPL Financial announced that it is closing Worksite Financial Solutions, a program that helps 401(k) participants and advisers with rollovers from retirement plans, at the end of September. Andy Kalbaugh, managing director and divisional president...

Bill Kline out as head of Gallagher's $55 billion retirement-plan aggregator

May 9, 2018

Bill Kline, the head of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.'s retirement plan consulting unit — which has more than 60 advisers overseeing $55 billion in defined-contribution-plan assets — has left amid a reorganization of his group. Mr. Kline, 53,...

What are the business priorities of elite 401(k) advisers in 2018?

May 9, 2018

The 401(k) advisory business is maturing. Many elite plan advisers with $250 million or more in defined-contribution assets under management have enjoyed great success since the 2008-09 market collapse, as more plan sponsors have focused on...

Asset managers shift 401(k) distribution toward RIA aggregator firms

May 7, 2018

Asset managers are changing the way they distribute their funds in the 401(k) adviser market, with many allocating more resources to the large retirement-focused advisory firms known as aggregators. Advisers who belong to these aggregator firms,...

The worst possible time to retire

May 5, 2018

The outlook isn't good for clients on the verge of retirement today. The probability of being financially secure throughout one's golden years — without severely compromising one's lifestyle or running out of money altogether — depends largely...

A radical idea: Pay clients for the privilege of managing their funds

May 2, 2018

The asset management industry is in a funk. The popularity of low-cost index trackers is crushing fees across the board, while Morgan Stanley reckons a shift to performance-based charges threatens half of the industry's profit. Divyesh Hindocha...

Litigation, scale push private colleges to adopt multiple employer plans

April 23, 2018

Pioneers circled their wagons for mutual protection, and a new trend emerging in the 403(b) space employs a roughly similar tactic. Small and independent, nonprofit private colleges — in search of ways to improve the retirement outlook for...

What a court decision teaches 401(k) advisers about choosing stable-value funds

April 19, 2018

In order to reduce their risk of fiduciary liability, 401(k) plan sponsors often seek to offer an investment menu that satisfies the requirements of ERISA Section 404(c), which eliminates the risk associated with investment choices by plan participants....

Plan advisers, consultants question value of managed accounts

April 16, 2018

A narrow majority of defined-contribution-plan advisers and consultants say managed accounts provide less benefit to participants than target-date funds, according to a survey by Pacific Investment Management Co. Fifty-one percent of respondents...

Retirement coverage gap, 401(k) rollovers are big emerging threats for plan advisers

April 16, 2018

The retirement-plan coverage gap and rollovers from 401(k) plans to individual retirement accounts have emerged as two of the largest potential threats for retirement plan advisers, the head of the National Association of Plan Advisors said...

LPL loses $1.8 billion retirement group

April 11, 2018

Ingham Retirement Group, a $1.8 billion advisory firm based in Miami, has left LPL Financial. The firm — a national, independent shop that provides retirement plan consulting and record-keeping, actuarial and investment advice services —...

Insurers' 401(k) record keepers gain big share in small, midsize markets

April 11, 2018

Insurance companies that provide 401(k) record-keeping services have gained substantial market share among small and midsize retirement plans over the past few years. Insurance companies are by far the most common type of record keeper for 401(k)...

Are 401(k) advisers the next DOL targets?

April 11, 2018

The Chicago office of the Department of Labor seems to be targeting 401(k) plan advisers and, if one firm's experience is a guide, the office appears to be targeting large regional firms rather than less experienced advisers. Specialized retirement...

Fisher Investments growing fast in 401(k) market

April 3, 2018

Fisher Investments, one of the largest registered investment advisers in the country, is rapidly growing its fledgling 401(k) advisory business, which some industry observers see as an emerging threat to retirement plan advisers working with...

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