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Looking Ahead in Retirement and Benefits Planning
2016 CFO Research Briefs

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    02/2016

    The Value of Employees’ Financial Wellness

    In this first in a series of five briefs, CFO Research, in collaboration with Prudential, surveys finance executives to understand their support of financial wellness programs in the workplace and how these programs could benefit both employers and employees.

    Research Report


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    02/2016

    Helping Employees Achieve Secure—and Timely—Retirements

    This second brief by CFO Research, in collaboration with Prudential, explores the role of defined contribution plans and the different options finance executives feel would help them provide a more secure retirement to their employees.

    Research Report


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    04/2016

    Closing the Gap in DB Plans

    What are senior executives’ concerns when it comes to managing defined benefit (DB) plans? This third CFO Research brief, in collaboration with Prudential, looks at how finance executives are managing the funded status and risks associated with their companies’ DB plans.

    Research Report


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    05/2016

    Pension Risk Transfer: Annuities Getting Increased Attention

    As more high profile companies use pension risk transfer in the form of an annuity to help satisfy their defined benefit plan obligations, this fourth research installment from CFO and Prudential captures senior finance executives' thinking on the outlook for this trend.

    Research Report


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    06/2016

    A Rising Interest in Outsourcing Benefits Administration

    In the fifth CFO Research brief, senior finance executives identify top priorities for their companies’ employee benefits programs, and discuss how regulatory challenges and increasing costs may lead to increased outsourcing of benefits administration.

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