Fidelity Investments added $90 billion in sales to its defined-contribution plan platform in 2021, as well as $20 billion in defined-benefit plan assets across more than 80 new clients.
The fund giant’s stock plan services business, which serves companies in the U.S. and Europe, added $36.7 billion in assets across more than 100 new clients, the company said in a release.
Fidelity said its new clients spanned start-ups to large corporations.
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