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Warren Cormier is the CEO of the National Association of Retirement Plan Participants (NARPP). He is also the President of Boston Research Group (BRG), and Co-Founder of the RAND Behavioral Finance Forum.
Warren Cormier's research and professional experience is in qualitative and quantitative experience in financial services research for investment companies, banks and the insurance sector.
His work includes projects that focus on strategic marketing issues, market segmentation, product development, customer satisfaction, consumer learning, decision-making processes, distribution issues, competitive assessments and marketing communications.
Mr. Cormier's work covers a broad segment of the Defined Contribution Industry including the issues of plan providers, intermediaries, plan administrators and participants. Mr. Cormier is the creator of the DCP 2000-2009 plan sponsor satisfaction and market dynamics study. 401(k) record keepers representing 95% of all 401(k) assets and plans subscribe to BRG's DCP study. DCP scores are requisite data for most DC industry plan provider search RFPs.
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