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DOL’s New Rules Don’t Have to Slow DC Plan ESG Adoption

DOL’s New Rules Don’t Have to Slow DC Plan ESG Adoption

by Jennifer DeLong, Michelle Dunstan
Demand for ESG investing is growing among DC plan participants, but with plan sponsors facing many choices and proposed new DOL rules, what’s the best approach? As we see it, fully integrating ESG considerations is fundamental to better financial outcomes—which is always in participants’ best interests.

Plan Design, Policy & Regulation, Responsible Investing/ESG, Target-Date Solutions


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