Not-for-profit DC plans
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Huntington Memorial Hospital chooses Fidelity as record keeper
Huntington Memorial Hospital hired Fidelity Investments as record keeper for its 403(b) plan.
Austin Travis County Integral Care looking for a bundled provider for 3 DC plans
Austin Travis County (Texas) Integral Care is searching for a bundled provider for its three defined contribution plans.
Hope College calls on Transamerica as new record keeper
Hope College, Holland, Mich., hired Transamerica as record keeper for its 403(b) plan.
The WorkPlace seeks investment consultant for 401(k) plan
The WorkPlace, Bridgeport, Conn., is searching for a consultant for its 401(k) plan, according to an RFP posted on the non-profitorganization’s website.
Saint Louis University names TIAA-CREF as sole provider of DC plans
Saint Louis University hired TIAA-CREF as sole bundled provider of its 401(a) and 403(b) plans.
Cardinal Health chooses Wells Fargo as record keeper
Cardinal Health Inc. hired Wells Fargo Institutional Retirement and Trust as record keeper for its 401(k) plan.
New York City Health and Hospitals seeks 403(b) investment adviser
New York City Health and Hospitals Corp. is searching for a consultant to provide investment advisory services for its 403(b) plan.
Massachusetts law paves way for DC plan for small non-profit organizations
Massachusetts Treasurer Steven Grossman will sponsor a qualified defined contribution plan open to non-profit organizations with 20 or fewer employees, under a bill signed into law Friday by Gov. Deval Patrick.
New York Blood Center taps TIAA-CREF as 403(b) plan provider
New York Blood Center Inc. hiired TIAA-CREF as bundled provider for its $235 million 403(b) plan
Brooklyn hospital 403(b) signs on with TIAA-CREF as bundled provider
Brooklyn Hospital Center hired TIAA-CREF as bundled service provider for its 403(b) plan.
United Methodist’s Wespath adds social lending manager
Sylvia Poniecki joined the Wespath Investment Management division of the $15.8 billion United Methodist Church General Board of Pension and Health Benefits, Glenview, Ill., as a manager in the positive social purpose lending program, according to a board statement. She replaced David R. Schanock