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DC Poll Part 2: TDFs Get a Second Look
The success of DC plans could depend on the effectiveness of Target Date Funds.
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2016 Nonprofit Poll
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SEI Reports Second-Quarter 2016 Financial Results
SEI Investments Company today announced financial results for the second-quarter 2016. Diluted earnings per share were $.49 in second-quarter 2016 compared to $.51 in second-quarter 2015.†
SEI: Defined Contribution Sponsors Can Build Better Lineups and Reduce Fiduciary Risks through a Discretionary Investment Approach
As defined contribution (DC) plan sponsors strive to improve fund lineups and participant outcomes, they are not necessarily addressing all current and future fiduciary risks to the organization says a new paper released by SEIís Institutional Group.†
SEI Survey: Defined Contribution Plan Sponsors Embracing Non-Recordkeeper Target Date Funds (TDFs)
SEIís Institutional Group today released the second of its three-part study looking at the management of defined contribution (DC) retirement plans in the United States.†
Roger P. Messina
Vice President and Managing Director, Client Portfolio Management Team, Institutional Group
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