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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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Regulatory Update 2022

2022 Regulatory Update

A REVIEW OF THE LEGISLATIVE, REGULATORY, AND LITIGATION DEVELOPMENTS AFFECTING RETIREMENT PLANS IN 2022.

This year, the most significant area of activity is in the courts, as ERISA breach of fiduciary cases continue to be filed. Most notably, the Supreme Court revived the ERISA lawsuit against Northwestern University. The decision and what it means to future parties to these lawsuits is detailed. Our report covers this + updates from the IRS, DOL, and what is happening on the legislation front impacting retirement plans the most.

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Latest from the Blog

New Plan Sponsor Resource: SECURE 2.0 DC Plan Provisions Snapshot

The number of retirement plan provisions in SECURE 2.0 is expansive, and we know that can feel overwhelming for a plan ... Read more

Fourth Quarter 2022 Market Commentary

U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) rose at an annualized pace of 3.2% in the third quarter, a reversal from a decline of 0.6% ... Read more

Featured Webinars

Upcoming Webinar: Managing Fiduciary Risk: Fact, Fiction, and What May Be Next

Join members of Multnomah Group, the Faegre Drinker benefits and executive compensation team, and Euclid Fiduciary for a timely discussion on managing risk for retirement plan fiduciaries. As 401(k)/403(b) fee class actions continue, plan fiduciaries need to understand their responsibilities and steps they can take to prevent or mitigate fiduciary liability.

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