Securian Adds 21 New Investment Options
ST. PAUL, MN, August 7, 2012 -- Advisors can provide their Securian retirement plan clients with 21 new investment options that offer even more diversity for meeting a wide range of employee group needs.
Securian Retirement offers a broad array of widely available options that undergo a prudent investment selection process using qualitative and quantitative criteria. Securian's process ensures that plan sponsors an choose from a broad spectrum of investment options.
"With our approach, advisors can feel confident they are offering quality investment choices backed by a comprehensive due diligence process," said Kent Peterson, director, Investment Services and senior associate actuary. "We look for low expenses, risk adjusted performance and asset managers with repeatable, disciplined investment processes."
The net operating expenses of the new Securian options are extremely competitive relative to their peer strategies, with the majority at 0.2% or less. Additionally, all revenue sharing funds from investment companies are passed on to plan participants on a daily basis using a 20-year-old process called Securian's Actual Allocation Method.
Advisors can find more detail about the new options on the "Financial Professionals" page at SecurianRetirementCenter.com.
Since 1880, Securian Financial Group and its affiliates have provided financial security for individuals and businesses in the form of insurance, investments and retirement plans. Now one of the nation's largest financial services providers, it is the holding company parent of a group of companies that include Minnesota Life Insurance Company and Securian Life Insurance Company, a New York admitted insurer. Products and services are provided by Minnesota Life Insurance Company or Securian Retirement, a unit of Minnesota Life Insurance Company.
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