"Embracing the Future of 401k Retirement Plans: Developments Uncovered!," Speaker, The Knowledge Group Webinar, April 2017.
401(k) plans have been a powerful tool for employees to efficiently prepare and save for their retirement. However, in many cases, employees fail to recognize the benefits of these tax-advantaged plans. Progressive plan sponsors are addressing this issue directly by implementing innovative plan designs based on recent research in the field of behavioral finance. The result of these changes is an employee group that is more educated and engaged and which is more productive in the workplace and likely to remain with their employer longer.
In addition to improving employee participation, plan sponsors need to implement best practices in plan management in order to manage plan costs and provide optimal investment results for participants. Implementing good plan governance processes also helps to document compliance with Department of Labor rules and regulations.
In this LIVE Webcast, a two distinguished professionals and thought leaders organized by The Knowledge Group will provide the audience with an overview of the latest trends and critical issues with respect to 401k Retirement Plans. Speakers will also offer best practices in developing and implementing risk mitigation strategies while ensuring compliance with applicable laws.
Some of the major topics that will be covered in this course are:
- 401(k) Retirement Plans – An Overview of What’s Working and What’s Not
- Latest Plan Design Trends
- Risk Mitigation Strategies through Best Practices in Plan Governance
- Legislative and Case Law Updates
- Possible Implications on Plan Fiduciaries, Sponsors and Participants
For more information and to register, please click here.
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
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