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Webinar: Top-Performing Plan Series, PT. 1

Last Updated: March 01, 2018

Move beyond the charming smiles of your vendor relationship managers, the flashy website tools, and the memorized ERISA bullet point items that begin each retirement plan committee meeting. As a fiduciary, you want real confidence that you’re providing a top-performing retirement plan for your employees.
But how can you tell if the plan you’re offering measures up? Confidence is gained through clear and easy-to-understand performance reporting on key factors. And you DESERVE that. Join us on Thursday, March 22 at 1:30 pm for a 30-minute webinar to learn how transparent measurements against objective performance standards can increase your confidence that you’re providing your employees with a top-performing retirement plan. We’ll talk about:
  • What it means to have REAL confidence in the retirement plan you provide
  • What makes a TOP-PERFORMING plan
  • What OBJECTIVE performance measures you should use to analyze your plan
We’ll also give you the opportunity to ask your questions about what makes a top-performing plan.   PCI’s archived blog entries are dated, the rules and statutes referenced may have changed. The analysis or guidance within these blog entries may have become stale, dated, or no longer accurate. PCI will not update or change these entries to reflect the latest analysis or development.


Pension Consultants, Inc.



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three key elements:
investments, and fees.


A good plan serves
employees and


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reasonable decisions
with their employees’
best interests in mind.

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