Plans see big demand for brokerage services

Gunsauley, Craig
May 2001
Employee Benefit News;May2001, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p1
Reports on the increasing number of retirement plan sponsors in the United States that are considering brokerage capabilities that allow participants to invest in individual stocks, bonds and mutual funds outside of core fund investment options. Factor that fueled the trend; Worry of plan sponsors about the use of brokerage capability; Percentage of plan sponsors with self-directed brokerage that limit the percentage of assets that a participant can put into the brokerage window.


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