Market changes affect 401(k) plan provider searches

Barstein, Fred
October 2002
Employee Benefit News;Oct2002, Vol. 16 Issue 13, p20
Talks about the impact of the changes in the defined contribution market on a company's costs and fiduciary liability. Challenges and opportunities posed by the changes for plans and sponsors; Views on vendor consolidation; Fee and service characteristics of the 401(k) plan market.


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