About This Webinar
A volatile market and sustained low interest rates are leading investors—including retirement plan investors—to consider new ways to mitigate risk and create returns. The more informed investment committees are, the better able they are to fulfill their fiduciary responsibilities.

Join PLANSPONSOR and investment experts in a webinar as they discuss:
Performance of equity and fixed income investments in the first half of the year and what is expected in the second half;
Investment types that are needed in retirement plans and/or target-date funds (TDFs) for participants to create/have proper diversification; and
Meaningful metrics to use for monitoring and selecting/deselecting investments for retirement plans.
Presenters
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    Alison Mintzer
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    Rebecca Moore
    Managing Editor-Digital, PLANSPONSOR
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    Mat Powers
    Manager, Retirement Consulting Investment Services, Commonwealth Financial Network
    Mat joined Commonwealth in September 2014. In his current role as manager of retirement consulting investment services, Mat directs Commonwealth’s plan investment services. This includes Commonwealth’s 3(38) fiduciary plan service, PlanAssist Investment Management. Mat’s team also manages the Retirement Plan Investment Recommended List and acts as a primary liaison for retirement plan advisors who have questions or issues regarding investment oversight practices. Mat has a master’s degree in investment management and a bachelor’s degree in information management, holds the AIF® designation, and is a CFA charterholder.
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    Peter Di Teresa
    Head of Manager Selection, Morningstar Research Services LLC
    Peter Di Teresa leads the manager selection team for Morningstar Research Services. The team acts in a fiduciary capacity in constructing retirement plan lineups and plan menus for recordkeeper and plan provider clients. The team also creates and oversees mutual fund and ETF select lists, including ones focused on sustainable investing, for a variety of other clients. Prior to joining Morningstar Investment Management in 2002, Di Teresa was associate editor of Morningstar FundInvestor, a publication for individual investors, and wrote Morningstar.com’s popular “Ask the Professor” column. He coauthored the first edition of the Morningstar Guide to Mutual Funds, Morningstar’s first fund-investing book. Di Teresa started at Morningstar, Inc. in 1995 as a mutual fund analyst specializing in U.S. equity funds. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Chicago and a master’s degree from Harvard University.