A new company formed by the Pension Resource Institute and Waypoint Fiduciary will serve as a pooled plan provider for registered investment advisers, broker-dealers and banks that want to do business in the PEPs market. The new entity, Group Plan ...

Grocery chain Kroger on Friday became the latest company targeted over fees in its 401(k) plan, with plaintiffs citing excessive fees of as much as $1.33 per person a month. Law firms Walcheske & Luzi and Strauss Troy filed a ...

Despite having operated under a new standard of conduct for more than a year, most brokerages continue to demonstrate conflicts of interest when making investment recommendations to retail customers, according to a new study by state regulators. The North American ...

OneAmerica Financial Partners, an Indianapolis-based insurer and record keeper, has created a retirement plan for smaller businesses that’s intended to compete against pooled and multiple-employer plan offerings known as PEPs and MEPs. The company said that its OneConnect solution “offers ...

A 401(k) fee lawsuit filed Wednesday against Sunnyvale, California-based Juniper Networks lobs a kitchen-sink load of claims against the company. The plaintiff in the proposed class action alleges that the company failed in its fiduciary duty by allowing higher-than-necessary costs ...

The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear arguments in a lawsuit involving Northwestern University’s 403(b) plan, giving the law firm Schlichter Bogard & Denton one more chance to keep the case alive. The school was one of many sued ...