Our Defined Contribution in Review is designed to help CEOs, CFOs, treasurers, human resource and benefits professionals and investment committees stay abreast of recent events that could have an impact on plans or plan participants. Inside you will find quarterly highlights, timely insights about the retirement readiness of plan participants, a summary of new and pending legislation, news from the DOL and other regulatory bodies, updates on ERISA cases and a brief synopsis of global retirement issues.
You’re invited to join Janus Henderson’s lead behavioral finance research and wealth strategies expert, Matt Sommer, Ph.D., CFA, CFP, as he helps financial professionals answer three key questions about wealth transfer and how the relationship between children and parents affects bequest intentions.
As employers continue to navigate the great resignation and subsequent war for talent, more and more are looking to their benefits packages, especially their defined contribution plans, as a strategic tool to help attract and retain talent. In doing so, there is increased interest in plan design innovation and a focus on participant outcomes.
Technology is enabling the investor experience to be personalized—and it's becoming available faster than you think it is. The next generation's financial goals may resemble those of their parents, but the path to getting there may be very different.
In this episode of Invested in Connecting Women, host Olivia Hails welcomes Emily Lassiter – co-creator of The Wealth Edit – back for a conversation about how her own unexpected crisis led her to build a community dedicated to helping women achieve financial independence.
Rising prices can cause a lot of anxiety, particularly for younger investors who may be experiencing significant inflation for the first time. Retirement Director Ben Rizzuto outlines simple steps to help ease the stress and stretch your dollar amid this hopefully temporary inflation spike.
As families gather together this holiday season, it may be the ideal time to have those tough yet critical discussions about long-term financial plans.
Understanding different ways to look at portfolio returns can help investors select more consistent investment strategies.