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next issue no. 6: Retirement readiness in any market environment

Issue no. 6

In this issue of next, we examine how plan sponsors should be thinking about the equity allocation on their plan menu in the context of ongoing market volatility and the risk of participants being over allocated. We also speak with Dan Keady, TIAA’s Chief Financial Planning Strategist, to determine what messages will help clients continue on with confidence. In the Fiduciary Perspective, we highlight where we may see significant shifts in retirement policy under the new administration. Lastly, we look at four things employers can do today to support employees’ financial well-being.

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Dimitrios N. Stathopoulos
Head of Americas Institutional Advisory Services

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