Tuesday, June 11, 2013
A Multnomah Group Event
The human brain is the most sophisticated computer ever created, but it has some meaningful glitches that impact how well participants do in saving for their own retirements. Whether it is seeking out information that only reinforces our current beliefs or the Current Moment Bias that focuses on current pleasure over future happiness, these traps can dramatically impact how well your plan works.
In this webinar we will review the 13 biases and what sponsors can do to help reduce the impact these traps have on our participants.
Erik Daley is the Managing Principal for Multnomah Group and a member of Multnomah Group’s Investment Committee. He leads the firm’s tax-exempt practice, focusing on higher education and healthcare organizations. Erik consults regularly with clients on a variety of retirement plan related topics to help manage their fiduciary risks.
Multnomah Group provides fee-only retirement plan and investment consulting services to for-profit and tax exempt employers in the United States. Our firm's core competencies include investment consulting, vendor search, fiduciary governance, plan design, and plan benchmarking.