PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Centurion Group LLC has been recognized by two organizations as a leader in the defined contribution retirement plan industry. The Financial Times has included Centurion Group on their 2017 Financial Times 401 Top Retirement Advisors List. Centurion Group has also been recognized as a top Defined Contribution (DC) Advisor Firm by the National Association of Plan Advisors (NAPA).
The 2017 Financial Times List recognizes the top 401 Retirement Advisors in the United States. The average winner has 19 years of experience and manages an impressive $1.6 billion in DC plan assets. The average Centurion Group advisor has over 20 years of experience and the firm manages $15.1 billion in defined contribution retirement plan assets.
The Financial Times uses seven criteria for the award: DC assets under management; specialization in the DC business; growth rate in DC plan business; years of experience; industry certifications; participation rate in DC plans advised and compliance record.
The recognition from NAPA places Centurion on the list of the Top DC Advisor Firms in the United States. Rankings are determined by total asset value of plans; number of plans supported and participants covered by plans supported. NAPA is an affiliate organization of the American Retirement Association. The organization’s core purpose is to enhance retirement security in America.
“We are thrilled to be recognized by these two well-known organizations,” said Co-Managing Partner, James Hageney. “The awards highlight the dedication of the entire Centurion team. I’m very proud of our committed, experienced professionals.”
Centurion Group LLC
Founded in 2006, Centurion delivers unbiased investment advice and plan consulting services to plan sponsors. The Centurion mission is to reduce the fiduciary burden on plan sponsors, enhance plan operations and improve retirement outcomes for plan participants. Today Centurion is a leading privately held retirement plan consulting firm. Centurion serves over 175 clients and provides investment advisory and fiduciary services to more than $15 billion in plan assets.