Thought leadership with plan fiduciary education in mind
Download our guide to help understand what the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) (and similar state laws) requires for retirement plans, how committees have typically functioned, and how committees will need to function to be successful and sustaining for years to come.
We believe there are six areas where recordkeeping vendors have tried to monetize their relationship with retirement plans. This plan sponsor guide focuses on the fourth way of generating excess revenue –cross-selling retail financial products. For plan sponsors, it is important to understand how recordkeepers cross-sell retail financial products and what the plan sponsor’s obligation is to reduce or eliminate such cross-selling.
Forward-thinking, timely updates for retirement plan sponsors.
When it comes to conducting manager selection, it is the things unseen that are the key to having confidence in the manager's ability to outperform in the future. This short resource guide provides a look into how we conduct our investment manager due diligence.
Our Fiduciary Education for Your Retirement or Investment Committee resource walks through the importance of continued fiduciary education for current and new committee members.
Our "Best Practices for Managing a Retirement Plan Committee" plan sponsor resource walks though the most important items to address and follow in items in running and managing a retirement plan committee.
In this paper, our investment analysts delve into how Multnomah Group conducts the investment manager due diligence that underlies our actively-managed fund recommendations. We cover how we construct actively-managed investment menus and evaluate investment management teams, philosophy and process, and portfolio construction and risk controls.
Meeting minutes capture the discussion and decisions of the investment committee. Several sets of meeting minutes help weave together the story of the actions the committee has taken related to their retirement plan. Our resource walk through what plan sponsors should know about this documentation.