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Behavioral Finance: Confirmation Bias, Cognitive Dissonance, and Recency
Inherent biases that can adversely impact investor decisions.
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Lump Sum Term-Vested Payouts: Is Now the Time?
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DC Target Date
Custom target date is not only for the “mega” plans, and can improve retirement income outcomes for your participants.
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SEI Grows Institutional Outsourcing Business By $24 Billion In Three Years
SEI reported continued growth in its institutional outsourcing business with the addition of $7.9 billion in new global institutional assets in 2014, contributing to a $24 billion high over the past three years.
SEI Releases Research On Pension Accounting Disclosure Assumptions For 2015
SEI today released its annual pension accounting research study, which found that while 99 percent of plan sponsors increased their discount rates last year, a falling yield curve will likely result in large decreases in rates for 2014.
SEI Named A Finalist For 2014 Industry Innovation Awards In Investment Outsourcing Category
SEI has been named a finalist in the ‘Investment Outsourcing’ category for the 2014 CIOIndustry Innovation Awards.
Roger P. Messina
Vice President and Managing Director, Client Portfolio Management Team, Institutional Group
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