P&I 401(k) Summit (Dallas): Keeping Retirees in DC Plans | Capital Group




P&I 401(k) Summit (Dallas): Why Keeping Retirees in DC Plans Makes Sense

Join John Doyle and Sue Walton for this P&I 401(k) Summit workshop. Most plan sponsors today encourage participants to leave their DC plans at retirement — but that is changing. Continued enhancements to institutional investment lineups and recent legislation may lead retirees to remain in their plans. But are plans today structured to provide the best solutions? We’ll explore target date options for retirees, specifically the impact of taking distributions and the increasingly important role of the underlying fixed income. Practical retirement income solutions will also be discussed. Do the potential options have to be complicated?

Westin Dallas Downtown, 1201 Main Street — Dallas

Thursday, Apr. 07, 2016
30 minutes

Featured Speakers

John Doyle
John Doyle Senior Vice President, Defined Contribution
Sue Walton Senior Vice President, Defined Contribution

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