Requests for proposal (RFPs) and their “cousin” the RFI (request for information) have long been an integral part of fulfilling the obligation to ensure that the services rendered (and fees assessed) for a plan are reasonable. This week we’d like to know what changes, if any, you’ve seen—and what changes you recommend.
Specifically, are plan sponsors more—or less—interested in conducting RFPs these days? What frequency do you (generally) recommend they be done? Is there a specific area (besides fees) that you hone in on in your review? And more…
You can respond to this week’s reader radar poll at https://www.research.net/r/85JKFSF.
And we’ll have it all sorted out for your on Friday!
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