Nationwide wins contract for Lansing Board of Water & Light’s Defined Contribution Retirement Plans
Columbus, OH - Nationwide Retirement Solutions is pleased to announce it will now provide education and recordkeeping for the Lansing, Mich., Board of Water & Light’s 401(a) defined contribution and 457 (b) deferred compensation retirement plans.
The plan has more than $331 million in assets under management and over 1,100 plan participants.
“We welcome the opportunity to help Lansing Board of Water & Light employees with their retirement planning needs,” said Scott Ramey, senior vice president of Retirement Plans Distribution for Nationwide. “Our Solutions Center and processing teams are ready to deliver superior service and provide extraordinary care to the plan.”
In addition to recordkeeping and administrative services, Nationwide will provide participants with financial planning services and access to the online My Interactive Retirement PlannerSM, a personalized, comprehensive financial planning tool that provides participants with a holistic view of their retirement readiness.
Visit nrsforu.com for more information about the tools and services Nationwide provides to retirement plan participants.
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