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This research provides insight from interviews with 17 retirement plan recordkeepers and six subject matter experts on retirement plan fraud. They provide information on trends and best practices to help build and maintain strong defenses against fraud.

Summary

This research provides insight from interviews with 17 retirement plan recordkeepers and six subject matter experts on retirement plan fraud. It provides information on trends, targets, and best practices. Questions addressed include:

  • What are the trends in the frequency and targets of fraud?
  • What are good security practices to maintain security for recordkeepers and participants?

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