Although it’s still common to talk about DC menu options in terms of choice overload, Steve Utkus, director of Vanguard Center for Retirement Research, explains why it’s time to retire that concept in DC plan menu design, given the growth of automatic enrollment and target-date funds in DC plans.
Scott Conking, head of Vanguard Retirement Plan Client Services, discusses how one large manufacturing client improved its DC plan participants’ savings rates.
James Rowley Jr., Vanguard Senior Investment Strategist, discusses why costs matter for both index and active funds.
One year after assuming responsibility for Vanguard Institutional Investor Group, Managing Director Martha King reflects on all that’s been accomplished and what’s next for the business.
Christopher Philips, head of Vanguard Institutional Advisory Services®, explains how investors can benefit from Vanguard’s portfolio management team, comparing their industry expertise with that of the highly skilled engineers on the TV show “BattleBots.”
Shannon Nutter-Wiersbitzky, head of Vanguard Participant Strategy and Development, discusses why automatic features in plan design are most effective in plan participant education strategy. Traditional education should always be the last resort.
Monetary policy is reaching its limits, but global growth remains frustratingly fragile. Our chief economist says the best path forward differs by region.
Warren Buffett is called the Oracle of Omaha for a reason. This time, he’s proving that hedge funds are not the all-stars some thought they were.
When it comes to selecting an investment provider, costs are one aspect to consider, but don’t forget about value, says Managing Director Martha King.
Shannon Nutter-Wiersbitzky, head of Vanguard Participant Strategy and Development, explains our trial-and-error approach to help ensure a thriving retirement for plan participants.