Webinar: Top-Performing Plan Series, PT. 2 Registration Open
Join us for the next webinar in our Top-Performing Plan series, Measuring Your Plan’s Performance!
Wednesday, April 18, 2018 | 1:30 pm CST
In part one of the series, we uncovered how fiduciaries can have confidence in their retirement plans through objective performance standards and clear, easy-to-understand reporting. Industry-standard measures of success can be subjective or unclear, leaving fiduciaries in the dark about how their plans are truly performing. But measuring and reporting on true plan performance gives them confidence that their plan is good and their employees are on track for successful retirement.
In part two, we’ll take a deeper dive into the performance standards that help fiduciaries understand how their plans are truly performing: Investment Lineup Performance, Plan Fees, and Employee Retirement Readiness. Remember that, in our ongoing Top-Performing Plan blog series, we’ve defined a good plan – a top-performing plan – as one where:
- The investment lineup outperforms an appropriate benchmark index
- Plan fees are low
- Employees are on-track for a successful retirement
In How to Measure Your Plan’s Performance, we’ll walk you through each of these characteristics and why it’s important. And, we’ll answer any questions you may have about the standards.
Join us April 18 at 1:30 pm CST!
Looking for more cutting-edge, practical information on retirement plan performance? Join us for Pension Focus Conference 2018! Hear from industry experts on topics directly related to plan performance and learn more about how to provide a top-performing retirement plan for your employees.
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Let’s Get Started
Are you ready to see if you have a good plan? We’re ready to show you! Click the button below to discover your plan’s true performance.
With just some simple information about your plan, our team can see how your plan is performing in the three key areas. Then, we’ll set up a meeting with you and your team to review the results and talk about how we can help.