Plan Investments

Choice Overload: Determining How Many Investment Options To Offer
Many plan sponsors struggle with deciding how many investment options to offer in their retirement plans. While people generally like to have lots of options when making other decisions, having too many plan options can potentially lead to poor investment decisions by plan participants. In addition, increasing plan options can also increase plan costs, as  Read More →
Houston, We Have a Solution: Effective Investment Menu Design
Ultimately, the value a retirement plan advisor brings to plan clients can be measured by how successful the mission is, which in retirement plan terms is measured in plan outcomes and participant readiness for retirement. Offering meaningful processes for investment selection and monitoring, benchmarking vendor services and fees, and supporting plan fiduciaries are now standard  Read More →
Collective Investment Trusts – the Fastest Growing Investment Vehicle Within 401(k) Plans
For almost a century, collective investment trusts (CITs) have played an important role in the markets. They were originally introduced in 1927. A 2016 study showed that they are the fastest growing investment vehicle within 401(k) plans, with 62 percent of asset managers believing their clients will shift from mutual funds to CITs.¹ For the  Read More →

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