Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co . agreed to buy a distribution network from MetLife Inc., adding 4,000 financial advisers.
Prudent Investment Advisors' Scott Simon takes a closer look at the case's allegations of self-dealing.
Recent lawsuit raises questions about a company providing its own products and services to its own employees in its own qualified retirement plans.
Providers such as MassMutual and Mercer have recently unveiled new services, part of a trend seeking to capitalize on disruption caused by the DOL fiduciary rule.
The revenue earned by providers of stable value funds is at issue in a recent class action lawsuit.
Is it even possible for a plan sponsor to make an informed and prudent decision about putting stable value funds on their plan investment menu?
Sam Wyly to Pay $198.1 Million to Settle SEC Legal Battle
MetLife is the second major insurer to exit the brokerage business, in the sale of its adviser unit to MassMutual . Mergers may be on the rise due to the Labor Department's proposed fiduciary rule.
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Survey shows that 58% of plan sponsors found their adviser through a referral.