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DC Matters

Invesco's official magazine for defined contribution plan sponsors

Marty Flanagan
At Invesco, we're committed to partnering with you as we all work toward the same
goal — ensuring a secure and comfortable retirement for all Americans.

Fall/Winter 2016

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Plan sponsor forum: City of Los Angeles PDF

Interview of Steven Montagna, Executive Director, City of Los Angeles Deferred Compensation Plan

Explore LA program’s initiatives to boost employee engagement and promote retirement income security.

Securing our financial future PDF

By James B. Lockhart III, Vice Chairman, WL Ross & Co. LLC, an Invesco company; Co-Chairman, Commission on Retirement Security and Personal Savings

Learn about the commission’s initiatives to help boost savings and strengthen retirement security.

Helping women save more PDF

By Lisa Kueng, Director, Creative Campaigns, Invesco Consulting

How can you customize your communications in a way that's enlightening, not alienating, for your female participants? It's easier than you think.

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Annual economic outlook for 2017

Annual economic outlook for 2017

Under Donald Trump's leadership, US gross domestic product (GDP) is widely expected to accelerate.

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Examining sector and factor performance in the third quarter of 2016

The high beta, value and size factors outperformed the broad-market S&P 500 Index by a sizeable margin during the third quarter. The S&P 500 Index rose a healthy 3.85%, but 14 smart beta strategies and two smaller-cap indices all outperformed the broader market.