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PODCAST: An Update on US Retirement Legislation
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PODCAST: An Update on US Retirement Legislation

There have been some notable developments in the legislative and regulatory landscape in recent months when it comes to retirement issues. In our latest “Talking Markets” podcast, our Drew Carrington, Head of Institutional Defined Contribution at Franklin Templeton, and Michael Hadley, a partner with law firm Davis and Harman, discuss the passage of what’s known as the “SECURE” Act in particular, and the implications for the US retirement system.

PODCAST: Updating the Outlook for Fundamental Changes to the US Retirement System
Education

PODCAST: Updating the Outlook for Fundamental Changes to the US Retirement System

An update on the legislative and regulatory landscape affecting US retirement plans and policy, with Drew Carrington, Franklin Templeton’s Head of Institutional Defined Contribution, and Michael Hadley, a partner at the Washington, DC law firm Davis and Harman.

Changes in Technology, Regulation and Accessibility Drive Rise in Use of Collective Investment Trusts
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Changes in Technology, Regulation and Accessibility Drive Rise in Use of Collective Investment Trusts

Collective Investment Trusts (CITs) have been gaining momentum in the retirement space, and for good reason. Jason Colarossi, vice president, national retirement strategist of Franklin Templeton's Defined Contribution Division, outlines what CITs are and how they have evolved. He also discusses the different types of strategies and the growth we have seen with this investment vehicle recently.