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Public Policy Thought Leadership
Learn from public policy thought leaders whose positions are consistent with RCH on retirement savings portability and preserving America's retirement savings.
With new research showing that Auto Portability has $2 trillion (present value) of potential benefits to America's retirement savers, EBRI research firmly establishes Auto Portability as a leading retirement public policy initiative. Get the research today.
On 9/7/16, the Bipartisan Policy Center presented testimony to the Senate Committee on Aging regarding the BPC's recent report "Securing Our Financial Future." Included in the testimony is a recommendation to establish a private-sector "retirement security clearinghouse" to facilitate retirement savings consolidation.
On 1/28/16, the United Senate Committee on Finance held a hearing entitled "Helping Americans Prepare for Retirement: Increasing Access, Participation and Coverage in Retirement Savings Plans." Portability was mentioned as a key consideration, by both lawmakers and Senators alike.
In his final State of the Union address to the American people, President Barack Obama issues a call for more retirement savings portability.
Alicia Munnell comes down squarely in favor of a clearinghouse for the nation's 401(k) system.
View the document that makes the case for Portability: RCH's Public Policy Brief.
RCH's CEO Spencer Williams provides insightful testimony to the ERISA Advisory Council on missing participants.
The ERISA Advisory Council notes that "auto portability and facilitation of account consolidation are thought provoking."