Linsey Schoemehl Payne
Defined contribution plans have increasingly adopted features that encourage participation and retirement readiness — from automatic enrollment to target date funds. Consideration of environmental, social and governance issues within defined contribution plans has also gained momentum as a way for plan sponsors to engage participants and mitigate risks for the investor. Plan sponsors are now challenged with determining whether to incorporate ESG considerations into the stewardship of defined contribution plans — and how to best go about doing so.
Please join us for the third webinar in our defined contribution guidance series, a discussion on ESG stewardship. This session will cover key topics from our recently published paper, Bracing for Impact: How to Prepare for the Next Generation of Defined Contribution Plans.
Attendees will be briefed on:
Live Webinar – Wednesday, May 24, 2017 – 1:00-1:45 PM CT
Presenters: Linsey Schoemehl Payne, Vice President; Courtney Hugger, Client Analyst
Who should attend: Defined contribution plan sponsors, investment managers
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