Institutional Retirement Plan assistance for key centers of influence

Plan sponsors want to be able to feel confident, knowing that they have chosen a solid partnership for their retirement plan. They want to hire a trusted fiduciary to take a portion of the burden of the plan to focus on instead on excelling in their domain. They rightfully want to select a retirement plan that will benefit their employees and help those employees retire with dignity.

Our team has extensive experience in the design, implementation and supervision of corporate retirement plans of varying types and scales. We deliver prudent investment guidance and insights to the directors, board members, investment committees and participants of ERISA plans, endowments, foundations as well as other institutional investors.

The clients we serve include 401(k), 403b, 457, nonqualified plans, defined benefit plans, nonprofits, educational institutions, private and public retirement plans, Taft-Hartley plans, municipalities, foundations and endowments.

Our team can consult with plan sponsors on any aspect of their retirement plan. We will work with you to develop a customized Investment Policy Statement, provide detailed quarterly reports (which include an executive summary and detail performance against predetermined benchmarks), coordinate with your vendor to ensure the plan is set up properly and appropriate changes are made, conduct a search to evaluate new plan vendors, and provide employee education.

These services are available a la carte so that individual plan sponsors can choose how best to work with our team.

Our institutional guidance includes:

  • Plan transition and integration
  • Development of Investment Policy Statement
  • Development, implementation and monitoring of investment program
  • Executive benefits
  • Vendor analysis
  • Complex asset allocation
  • Compliance consulting
  • Employee education and communication
  • Ongoing monitoring with easy-to-read reporting

Believe and act as if it were impossible to fail.
Charles F. Kettering