From a currently employed ICMA-RC employee on not getting enough extra revenue producing "Managed Accounts"

The following are excerpts from a form letter sent to ICMA-RC "Retirement Plans Specialists" who haven't been living up to ICMA-RC expectations;

The point of ICMA-RC "Retirement Plans Specialists" meeting with Greensboro's employees are to sell "Managed Accounts".  The fewer the appointments with employees invested in lower cost mutual funds in the plan, the fewer "opportunities" to rake more money out of Greensboro's employees;

From Greensboro's March 31, 2014 Plan Service Report, page 77;

Greensboro's employees are getting jacked another 0.60% on top of the fees already paid, by having ICMA-RC "Retirement Plans Specialists" sell higher revenue producing investment vehicles.

Back to the Whistleblower's letter;

ICMA-RC uses the guise of a management association to rip off municipal employees across the country, with the most likely unknowing consent of the management teams responsible for looking out for their employees best interests.


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