September 22, 2021
To clients, financial professionals, and plan providers, a TPA is a talented partner, helping ensure that a retirement plan’s design and administration truly support an organization’s needs and objectives. Here’s some well-deserved recognition and appreciation for the crucial role you play.
The power of partnership
TPAs play a key role in John Hancock’s retirement strategy and success1
We maintain active partnerships with more than 1,500 TPA firms1
98% of in-force plans involve TPAs
TPA-serviced plans span our open-architecture (OA) and group annuity (GA) platforms1
1 John Hancock internal data for group annuity and open-architecture plans, as of 6/30/21.
Viewpoints for and about TPA firms
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October 16, 2019
The content of this document is for general information only and is believed to be accurate and reliable as of the posting date, but may be subject to change. It is not intended to provide investment, tax, plan design, or legal advice (unless otherwise indicated). Please consult your own independent advisor as to any investment, tax, or legal statements made herein.
Plan administration, compliance, and other services provided by a third-party plan administrator (TPA) are subject to the terms and conditions of the service agreement with the TPA, which is separate from the John Hancock group annuity contract and recordkeeping agreement. The services of a financial representative are also subject to the terms and conditions of the service agreement with the financial representative, which is also separate from the John Hancock group annuity contract and recordkeeping agreement.