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Is Your Target Date Selection Still Valid: Fiduciary Considerations in a Changing Market Environment

Wed, Feb 6, 2019 2:02 PM EST{LOCAL_TZ}

The extended period of strong equity returns and muted volatility over the last decade may have masked risks and lulled some plan sponsors into a false sense of security in their target date fund (TDF) selection. With the TDF market having grown to over $1.7 trillion in assets, most investors have not experienced a significant and sustained market downturn. The return of market volatility and persistence of class-action litigation against plan sponsors make it more important than ever before to understand fiduciary responsibilities and employ a prudent process for selecting and monitoring TDFs.

Join us for an interactive webinar to discuss how changing market dynamics will impact:

  • The evolving face of the TDF landscape, and what kinds of approaches are best positioned to deliver successful retirement outcomes going forward.
  • The way TDF performance should be measured and monitored.
  • The retirement plan fiduciary’s responsibilities around TDF expense evaluation and how to determine the value being provided for expenses participants pay.


Speakers:


Clint Barker, CIMA 
Senior Vice President
Retirement Investment Solutions
PGIM Investments 

Ashley diMayorca 
Vice President
Target Date Fund Product Manager
PGIM Investments

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