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Who is Multnomah Group?


Multnomah Group is a 100% fee-for-service consulting firm. We serve our investment consulting clients as fiduciaries to their plan. Our focus within the retirement plan marketplace and our conflict-free structure, paired with our forward-thinking, comprehensive solutions, enable us to serve as a partner for clients. Plan sponsors are required to deal with complicated subject matter and we work to unravel that complex information and create clear pathways and smart strategies for their retirement plan program.

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Recordkeeping RFPs:
How to Prepare, Review, and Evaluate Vendors
A Plan Sponsor Toolkit

Recordkeepers are a critical partner in a successful retirement plan and monitoring their services and fees is one of the most important duties of a fiduciary. Periodic benchmarking can help keep a plan's fees in line with the marketplace but is not a replacement for a full vendor search process. We also understand that recordkeeping RFPs are can feel complicated and overwhelming for plan sponsors. For that reason, we have pulled together a toolkit of information for plan sponsors looking to conduct an RFP, but unsure where to start or what to do.

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Featured Webinars

Upcoming Webinar: Don't Forget the Disclosures: What's Required to Keep Plan Participants & Beneficiaries Informed

Plan documents, fee disclosures, annual reports - these documents (and more) are all required participant notices as directed by ERISA. Do you know how you should deliver these notices or if you can hire an outside provider to help you engage your participants? We will cover these questions, and more in the next installment of our Fiduciary Training Program focused on employee engagement and required notices.

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