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Plan sponsors forecast change to DC investment menus

Fifty-one percent of defined contribution plan sponsors intend to revise the investment options they offer to plan participants.
Fifty-one percent of defined contribution plan sponsors intend to revise the investment options they offer to plan participants.

Signaling a change in the defined contribution market, just over half (51 percent) of plan sponsors say they will modify their investment lineup over the next 12 months, new research reveals.

Cogent Research, Cambridge, Mass., discloses this finding in “DC Investment Manager Brandscape Report.” The research is based on a representative survey of more than 600 DC plan sponsors that select and/or evaluate investment managers and investment options for their respective 401(k) plans.

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