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Senior Managing Director

730 3rd Ave.
New York, New York 10017
United States

Company Description: TIAA-CREF is the premier pension system for people employed in education and research in the U.S., serving over two million participants and 10,000 institutions....   more

Employment History

  • Senior Vice President of Institutional Sales and Service
  • Senior Vice President, Head of Business Integration
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For example, in the not-for-profit world, ..., 1 April 2012 [cached]
For example, in the not-for-profit world, employees are following a vocational path that is as much a passion as a career, says Ed Moslander, senior vice president of Institutional Sales & Service at TIAA-CREF. This is true in the health care industry, charities and especially in higher education. The community tie in college towns is strong, and very often higher-education employees have a strong loyalty and identity with their department, as well as the school, Moslander says.
However, Moslander says, institutions must refresh intellectually and creatively, and that means bringing in newer (not just younger) staff, with different experiences.
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Edward Moslander, senior managing director, institutional relationship management for TIAA-CREF, who spoke to the committee on Jan. 31, said he also is worried about the three-legged stool of retirement becoming unsteady.
He pointed out that only 14% of Americans are very confident they will have enough money to retire comfortably, and 60% of workers say they have less than $25,000 in retirement savings.
In research conducted among its own clients, TIAA-CREF found that 75% of people with higher levels of education are either very confident or somewhat confident they will be able to retire comfortably, compared to 49% of the general populace. It also found that 88 percent of those with a higher education currently are saving for retirement and 60% have tried to determine how much they need to save by the time they retire.
Financial literacy is a problem across the country, so "we believe it is important to offer client tools that can assist them with making these decisions," Moslander said. These tools include online programs, access to financial advisors, either in person or over the phone, and comprehensive objective third-party advice programs.
Lifetime income products also should play a role in retirement security, he added.
"Due to our increasing lifespans, as well as the aforementioned concerns surrounding Social Security and the movement away from traditional pension plans, the draw-down phase will and should become a greater focus of the retirement security discussion," Moslander said.
"We have a major initiative to ..., 16 June 2012 [cached]
"We have a major initiative to enter the public K-12 market," says Ed Moslander, senior managing director of TIAA-CREF, one of the largest providers of 403(b)s for colleges and hospitals. Vanguard and Fidelity are expanding into K-12 school systems, too.
SIFMA, 25 June 2012 [cached]
Edward Moslander, Senior Managing Director at TIAA-CREF, said in his testimony that saving for retirement has increasingly become more of an individual responsibility and he believes it should be a shared responsibility between employers and employees. He expressed concerns for Americans outliving their savings and showed support for participant statements that would translate total savings into a stream of lifetime income. Additionally, Moslander said employers should be incentivized to use matching programs and participants should have easy access to tools for financial literacy such as online programs, investment advice and access to advisors.
Moslander said lifting the fiduciary burden from employers could have positive consequences and could help with simplification and portability of savings.
Moslander agreed with Madrian and McCarthy and said it is important to manage the necessary regulation with the superfluous regulation that only increases burdens on employers.
Moslander said the statement TIAA-CREF sends participants that projects their retirement income as opposed to their accumulation figure reinforces the mindset that it is a plan for retirement income, not something to "cash out" at retirement.
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