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Our new interactive workbook pulls together the full breadth and depth of PGIM’s institutional Defined Contribution insights and capabilities to help plan sponsors enhance their plan menu design. The result? Better participant outcomes.

The materials in this workbook will help plan sponsors answer lingering questions about different elements of menu design that they may not have previously explored, while giving them the ability to map their current menu across nine key areas:

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Defined Contribution Investments on Trial: In Defense of an Institutional Approach

In the Defined Contribution space, there is significant debate as it relates to the appropriate investment approach to help participants build and manage retirement savings. Here, we make a case for why adopting an institutional approach in investment design is crucial for improving retirement outcomes for participants.

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Five Areas of Focus for Defined Contribution Plans

In this paper, Josh Cohen, head of Institutional Defined Contribution at PGIM, looks at the five key areas plan sponsors and their advisors should focus on to help plan participants meet their retirement liabilities and manage key risks.

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