Speaking at the Investment Company Institute’s General Membership Meeting in Washington, ICI Chairman Martin Flanagan said the industry is committed to improving disclosure in 401(k) plans but that the disclosure should apply to all investments in the plans, not just mutual funds.

With $2.7 trillion in assets and as a critical leg of Americans’ retirement, disclosure for both sponsors and participants should be improved, Flanagan said.

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