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What You Need to Know About Pooled Employer Plans 

The SECURE Act created a new type of plan—a pooled employer plan known as a PEP. These plans will play a significant role in the retirement plan market, and financial professionals who get in on the ground floor could potentially benefit.

Join us to hear Fred Reish discuss:

  • What a Pooled Employer Plan (PEP) is and the role of the pooled plan provider (PPP).
  • The advantages of a PEP, including reduced investment and administrative costs and the ability to transfer away most fiduciary responsibilities.
  • How you can grow your business and efficiently service more plans

Featured Speaker:

Fred Reish

JD, Partner, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

Hosted By:

Rick Fuerman

Head of Defined Contribution Marketing
Hartford Funds

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