Our goal is to provide your organization with a plan that gives you peace of mind, that you can be proud of and that your employees will love.
Offering a great retirement plan to your employees while navigating the rapidly-changing fiduciary landscape has never been more difficult. That’s why companies who want to provide retirement security to their people while gaining the confidence they’re on a solid fiduciary footing turn to Greenspring. With a deep bench of credentialed professionals on staff, industry-leading tools and methodologies that provide comprehensive fiduciary oversight and a robust employee engagement experience, we focus on helping you solve today’s problems while staying ahead of the curve on tomorrow’s issues by providing you with (k)larity®.
How We Help Your Company
Strategic Plan Management & Fiduciary Support
Investment Selection & Monitoring
Fee Analysis, Benchmarking & Negotiation
Vendor Management, Search & Selection
Plan Design Consulting & Implementation
How We Help Your Employees
Coaching & Advice from a CFP®
Quantitative Risk Measurement & Alignment
Retirement Probability Analysis
Monthly Communication & Quarterly Check-Ins
Pre-Retirement Financial Planning Curriculum
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(k)larity Quotient® from Greenspring: A Fiduciary's Roadmap for Success
While our proprietary (k)larity Quotient® methodology typically uses nearly 40 key performance indicators (KPIs) to help organizations assess, compare and improve retirement plan performance, we’ve created this streamlined version to help plan sponsors immediately see how they measure up against current industry best practices by answering just 16 simple questions in 4 key dimensions.
Fiduciary Training with Fiduciary U™
Fiduciary U™ is aimed at helping retirement plan fiduciaries have a full understanding of what it means to be an ERISA fiduciary and to become better prepared to face their duties and manage both the corporate and personal liability that has arisen due to increased scrutiny from the Department of Labor and the rapidly growing number of 401(k) and 403(b) lawsuits in the marketplace.