Could Partial OCIO Delegation Improve Your DC Plan Participant Outcomes? (US)

Many are aware that an outsourced chief investment officer (OCIO) relationship may offer greater governance and faster implementation when fund changes are warranted but only think of fully delegated OCIO solutions. However, today’s 3(38) investment manager relationships are more flexible.

To learn if partial OCIO delegation could improve your DC plan participant outcomes, download the article above.

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