The days of 401(k) plans being managed by human resources executives inexperienced in orchestrating investment decisions may soon be over. Ninety-four percent of senior executives at 125 companies surveyed by Cowden Associates said they are involved in selecting and monitoring fund companies, administrators and options in their company’s 401(k) plan, and scrutinizing fees. That’s up significantly from only 30% in 2007.


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