Fully delegated or advisory-led: which is right for you?
For all group retirement, pension and savings plans, regulatory compliance requirements are increasing at a fast pace. As a result, now is the time for employers to prepare, plan and proactively anticipate risk management through a re-evaluation of their governance.
Managing defined contribution (DC) plans requires time, resources and expertise. Should your organization take a hands-on, advisory-led approach? Should you leave the governance to the expertise of a third party? Or should you try a mix of both—a hybrid model?
In this video, we explain the differences between the three approaches, and which models we believe are most effective. Watch this short video to find out why, then take our no-obligation DC diagnostic to explore the governance solution that’s best for you and your employees.
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