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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: Biggest Changes in a Decade Impacting the US Retirement System
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PODCAST: Biggest Changes in a Decade Impacting the US Retirement System

On our latest “Talking Markets” podcast, Drew Carrington, head of Institutional Defined Contribution at Franklin Templeton Investments, and Michael Hadley, a partner at the Washington, DC law firm Davis and Harman, discuss noteworthy legislative proposals that may significantly affect retirement plans—including President Donald Trump’s most recent executive order.

Our Take on US Order to Ease Retirement Regulations
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Our Take on US Order to Ease Retirement Regulations

This year is proving to be an active year for retirement-related legislation, with a mix of new proposals emerging and some familiar ones reappearing, not to mention the handful of modest changes to retirement plans that were enacted as part of February’s Bipartisan Budget Act. On August 31, President Trump signed a new executive order that offers several changes to retirement plans. Here, Franklin Templeton’s Yaqub Ahmed and Drew Carrington, who attended the signing, highlight a few aspects of it.