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Lindquist Named one of Top 25 Minneapolis Area-Based Companies With the Best 401k Plans

07.06.12

BrightScope (www.brightscope.com), a leading provider of independent financial information and investment research, announced its second annual list of the top Minneapolis area-based companies with the highest ranked 401k plans containing more than $100 million in assets. This year BrightScope has extended the list to include the top 25 companies.  Lindquist & Vennum earned the #5 spot on the list.

BrightScope obtains an increasing amount of its data directly from plan sponsors and record keepers, and augments these primary sources with data from publicly available sources such as the Department of Labor and the Securities and Exchange Commission. By analyzing and interpreting this data, BrightScope provides unprecedented transparency into the 401k industry. 

"It is apparent that the companies on this list have created high quality and effective 401k plans for their employees, making each of them a standard in which all other companies in the Minneapolis area should strive to imitate," said Dan Weeks, founder and COO of BrightScope. "Our hope with these lists is to inform companies and employees of the components necessary for a successful 401k plan so they know what to request when asking for a better plan."

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