My company's 401k administrators have decided to replace Fidelity's Managed Income Portfolio with Prudential's Stable Value Fund. Any current assets will be automatically transferred and future contributions will be automatically be redirected.
Fidelity hasnít yet added the Prudential fund to our plan, and I havenít been able to find any information regarding the underlying securities in the Prudential fund on the Internet. Does anyone know where I can look for this information?
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I would contact the plan administrator for info. These funds are not available to the general public so the info won't likely be just lying around out there.
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