Global Retirement Partners, the brainchild of high-profile 401(K) industry insider Bill Chetney, said last week that Ellen Lander and her firm, Renaissance Benefit Advisors (RBA) of Jamison, Pennsylvania, has joined GRP.
The 401(k)-specialty RIA and OSJ adds $2 billion in retirement plan assets. Lander is a principal of RBA, which describes itself as a retirement plan consulting firm which specializes in helping retirement plan sponsors meet and manage their fiduciary responsibilities.
RBA’s services include plan design, fiduciary management, plan investment consulting, compliance and regulatory support services, fee benchmarking, fee negotiations and Provider search services. Lander highlighted GRP’s “leadership, visionary thinking, brand recognition, and the quality of the other retirement advisors as some of the key reasons she joined GRP.”
“I appreciate and value the culture of a small boutique firm with the backing of the nation’s largest independent broker dealer – LPL Financial,” she added.
In addition to other industry honors, she was named among 401kWire’s Top Advisors in 2012.
“We are incredibly excited to add someone of Ellen’s caliber to GRP,” said Geoff White, managing partner of Global Retirement Partners. “She brings a wealth of industry knowledge, leadership, and dedication to client service that serves as the standard for retirement planning. We look forward to working with her and her team at RBA.”