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HUB International in talks to buy Sheridan Road, a $14 billion hybrid retirement plan group

November 16, 2018

Sheridan Road Financial, an advisory firm overseeing about $14 billion in retirement plan assets, is in talks to be acquired by insurance brokerage Hub International, according to two sources with knowledge of the discussions. The deal hasn't...

Vanguard rolls out HSAs for 401(k) participants

November 15, 2018

Vanguard Group will start offering health savings accounts to its defined-contribution-plan clients, the retirement-plan record keeper and asset manager announced Thursday, capitalizing on the increased popularity of HSAs. Vanguard, the largest...

DOL proposes rule to reduce leakage in 401(k) plans

November 8, 2018

The Department of Labor proposed a rule late Wednesday that's meant to stanch the flow of money out of 401(k) plans, an issue that has long troubled retirement policymakers. The Labor Department's proposal promotes the idea of "auto-portability,"...

Wells Fargo considering sale of retirement-plan unit

November 8, 2018

Wells Fargo & Co. is considering the sale of its retirement-plan services business, according to people familiar with the matter. The unit could fetch as much as $1 billion, said one person, who asked to not be identified because the matter...

Millennials are a growth engine for 401(k) advisers

November 7, 2018

If only millennials had more money, they would be at the top of every investment adviser's list of target markets. Today, millennials (born from 1982 to 2000 and numbering 83 million in the U.S.) comprise one-quarter of the U.S. population and...

Employees can now save in a 401(k) by using a credit card

November 7, 2018

Spending and saving are kind of like oil and water — they don't mix well together. But one company is trying to link credit-card spending to increased retirement savings, and financial advisers are taking notice. Earlier this year, EvoShare...

Are 401(k) advisers operating like Amazon?

November 7, 2018

Most retirement plan advisers don't have the competitive advantage that they think they do. While the competitive advantage of those who specialize in retirement plans versus those who do one-off plans has gotten wider, the gap among specialists...

Following the money is getting harder for 401(k) plan advisers and sponsors

November 7, 2018

It's interesting that transparency and the seemingly unquenchable desire for lower fees among 401(k) and 403(b) plan sponsors have driven some providers to find new ways to fund their services. But the consequences of these actions could fuel...

Jackson National to settle 401(k) self-dealing lawsuit for $4.5 million

November 5, 2018

Jackson National Life Insurance Co. has reached a $4.5 million settlement in a self-dealing lawsuit that alleged the company profited at the expense of its employees by adding high-cost proprietary investment funds to its 401(k) plan. The settlement...

Advisers carve wealth management unit out of $16 billion asset manager

October 30, 2018

The wealth management ranks inside Madison Investment Advisors have gotten a little thinner after veteran advisers Walter Dewey and Benjamin Dickey spun off last week, along with $400 million in client assets, to launch their own firm, Resonant...

Fidelity ramps up 401(k) managed account distribution

October 25, 2018

Fidelity Investments is trying to expand its reach into the 401(k) managed account market. The firm has made a number of changes to its managed accounts over the past year and a half, including the addition of more financial planning elements...

Unintended fiduciary consequences of 401(k) fee compression

October 24, 2018

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act was enacted in September 1974. The Securities and Exchange Commission abolished fixed-rate commissions on trading in May 1975. These were the twin fire-starters of fee compression, and the flame continues...

Here's how the 401(k) world will evolve over the next three years

October 23, 2018

The financial services industry moves at a snail's pace, set up to resist change and repel outsiders. The last major disruptors were Charles Schwab and Vanguard Group's John Bogle, both very old men now. But the 401(k) world is about to change...

DOL proposes rule to broaden retirement plan coverage

October 22, 2018

The Department of Labor has proposed a rule aimed at boosting the number of small employers that offer retirement plans to their workers, an issue that has dominated national discussions on retirement policy and prompted President Donald J....

LPL and Independent Financial Partners lose $10 billion retirement group

October 18, 2018

Retirement Benefits Group, a multibillion dollar advisory group focused on defined-contribution plans, is leaving LPL Financial and Independent Financial Partners early next year, according to a source familiar with the plans. RBG — which...

401(k) record keepers seek new revenue streams to 'save themselves'

October 17, 2018

Record keepers of defined-contribution plans have begun seeking new sources of revenue, largely to defray relentless fee compression that's squeezing their bottom line, according to retirement plan advisers. Record keepers, which track participant...

Captrust acquires $1.4 billion wealth shop

October 16, 2018

Captrust Financial Advisors has acquired FCE Group, a $1.4 billion advisory firm based in Lake Success, N.Y., building on its multiyear strategy to expand revenues from wealth management operations. FCE Group, whose legal name is First Capital...

Fidelity sued again for 401(k) plan mismanagement

October 11, 2018

Fidelity Investments Inc. has been sued by participants in its company 401(k) plan for alleged self-dealing that caused the firm to profit at the expense of its employees saving for retirement. The lawsuit filed against Fidelity — Moitoso...

Sweeping retirement legislation is likely coming soon

October 2, 2018

Sweeping retirement legislation appears to be on the way. With more than one-third of private-sector employees lacking access to retirement plans, there is strong bipartisan support for action to make plans more accessible and enhance features...

Another 403(b) plan sponsor beats back fee lawsuit

October 1, 2018

Washington University in St. Louis has won the dismissal of a lawsuit alleging it caused employees participating in the school's 403(b) plan to pay excessive fees for record keeping and investment management. Judge Ronnie L. White, who oversaw...

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