WASHINGTON -- As a younger generation of investors begins to grapple with retirement planning, advisors and fund companies should take note of the distinct concerns that those millennials bring with them, industry executives say.

In a panel discussion here at the Investment Company Institute's general membership meeting, officials from leading financial houses outlined some of the contours of the millennial generation, the cohort that cuts off at the age of 34.

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