Wednesday, June 16, 2010

SEC proposes new disclosures for target-date funds

On Wednesday June 16, 2010, Federal regulators proposed new disclosure rules for target-date retirement funds that would require sponsors to spell out how they are investing the money and to warn about risks.
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Under the SEC proposal, target-date funds' marketing materials would have to include a prominent table, chart or graph showing the allocations among the various assets over the life of the fund. A statement would have to explain that the asset allocation changes over time, and tell prospective investors that they should consider their financial situation and tolerance for risk before going into a fund.

Target-date funds came under criticism during the market meltdown of 2008 and in its aftermath. Among 31 funds with a 2010 target date, the average loss in 2008 was nearly 25 percent.

Before the vote on the proposed rules, SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro stated: "It's clear that investors need more information than just the date in a fund's name."


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