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MFA’s Retirement Plan Advisory Practice serves the needs of retirement plan sponsors and their employees and unlike a majority of investment advisors, we prefer to act as a 3(38) investment manager. By serving you in this capacity, we take responsibility for investment decisions, help you streamline operational efficiencies and ease the administrative burden associated with managing your plan.
By engaging MFA as your 3(38) investment manager, our team of experienced professionals takes ownership of investment decisions and applies a thoughtful and active approach to the creation of a line-up that helps generate wealth for your plan participants. We carefully select and continually monitor a unique and focused set of investments that have undergone a rigorous vetting process—a considerably more proactive due diligence, vetting and oversight process than that offered by the average 3(21) advisor.
When it comes to your company’s Retirement Plan, you aren’t expected to manage it all on your own. In fact, there are clear benefits to working with a 3(38) Investment Manager (who takes on your fiduciary risk) versus a 3(21) Investment Advisor (who acts as a co-fiduciary).
Learn more about the differences between 3(21) and 3(38) advisors and determine which one works best for your organization.
Diversification is an important principle of risk management when it comes to saving for retirement.…See More