Ep. 4: Innovation Is Not Easy
Hear from two plan sponsors who embraced innovation in the defined contribution space, the challenges they faced, and how they view the future of retirement.
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The future of defined contribution retirement savings will always be marked by two key concepts: putting individual investors first when designing plans, and constantly innovating. Over the course of the next four episodes, we’re going to discuss how regulation, litigation and the role of consultants both support and deter innovation.
We’re going to start with two featured guests who laid the foundation for the modern 401(k):
In this bonus episode, Brigitte Madrian shares stories about her early work, her current research into rainy day savings accounts, and how she earned her current role as Dean of the Brigham Young University Marriott School of Business.
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