What is the current crediting rate for pooled stable value funds? What was the name of the first synthetic GIC? Which firm pioneered active management of stable value portfolios?
When the COVID-19 pandemic led to furloughs and layoffs at many organizations last year, it seemed logical to think contributions to workplace retirement savings plans would shrink. As it turns out, that was not always the case.
By Randy Myers Diversity and inclusion have shot to the top of the agenda at many businesses. At the 2021 SVIA Spring Seminar, several of the stable value industry’s most prominent women leaders shared insights into their careers, offered advice for other women, and talked about ways to promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace. […]
By: Randy Myers Pooled employer plans, or PEPs, are finally here—and some retirement industry executives believe they may redefine how employers offer defined contribution retirement savings plans to their employees. PEPs became legal in 2020 following passage of the SECURE Act of 2019. They are similar to multiple employer plans (MEPs) with one key distinction. […]
How and where work gets done has changed dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic, forcing business leaders to make fast and far-reaching decisions in a novel environment.
Randy Myers summarizes Anthony Crescenzi’s presentation at SVIA’s 2020 Virtual Fall Forum.
Randy Myers summarizes Mark Blythe’s presentation at SVIA’s 2020 Virtual Fall Forum.
Randy Myers summarizes Whitlow Ayres’ presentation at SVIA’s 2020 Virtual Fall Forum.
SVIA partnered with Prudential to create a video explaining the basics of stable value.