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  1. IAM National Pension Fund hires New York Life, revamps 401(k) plan

    trueIAM National Pension Fund, Washington, hired New York Life Retirement Plan Services as the record keeper of its $301 million 401(k) plan.

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  1. Plan execs, managers stick with stable value

    trueDefined contribution plan executives — and their managers — are holding firm on stable value investment options, despite the concern of higher interest rates based on recently rising Treasury yields.

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  2. Western States Insulators & Allied Workers goes with MassMutual - Pensions & Investments

    trueWestern States Insulators & Allied Workers Individual Account Plan hired Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance to provide record keeping and educational services.

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  3. Pro boxers' plan rings bell on investment provider search

    trueCalifornia Professional Boxers' Pension Plan is searching for an investment services provider for its $5.2 million defined contribution plan.

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  4. NBA to create annuity plan for players

    trueNational Basketball Association players, who were paid an average of about $5 million last season, will be required for the first time to save money for retirement.

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  5. Corporate retirement assets rise in Q1, but DB equity holdings drop

    trueU.S. corporate defined benefit and defined contribution plans had combined assets of $6.54 trillion as of March 31, up 7.7% from the previous quarter.

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  6. Colorado County Officials & Employees swaps 2 options for DC plans

    trueColorado County Officials & Employees Retirement Association, Littleton, chose the American Funds EuroPacific Growth Fund and MainStay Floating Rate Fund as investment options for its 401(a) money purchase plan and 457 deferred compensation plan.

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  7. Union 401(k) hires MassMutual as bundled service provider

    trueLabor Unions 401(k) Plan, San Diego, hired MassMutual as bundled service provider for the $23 million plan.

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