Delivering what you need to remain competitive in an ever-evolving industry
The buzz surrounding the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule continues as providers, advisors and plan sponsors anticipate its effect on their businesses, and face uncertainty surrounding an incremental or perhaps indefinite delay of the applicability date.
Changes like these can be challenging, but doing what matters to help you get there is the MassMutual difference. No matter what part of the employee benefits and retirement marketplace you serve, our tools, insights and people can help you remain competitive in our ever-evolving industry.
Experience the MassMutual difference and learn how our disciplined approach supports your compliance with the rule.
We’ve already taken steps to help you comply by:
- Leveling compensation across all investment options (excludes Employer Stock and Self Directed Brokerage Accounts)
- Expanding and simplifying our fee-based compensation model
- Presenting zero-revenue investment options
- Offering the Fiduciary Assure program that provides ERISA 3(21) and flexible 3(38) independent third-party investment advice services
For more insights and perspective, check out our latest blog articles.
Experience MassMutual. We’ll help you get there. Contact us for more information today.