Savings Board of the NFL Player Second Career Savings Plan

Form 5500 Data

Savings Board of the NFL Player Second Career Savings Plan

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Form 5500 Data

Overview

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Plan Description

NFL Player Second Career Savings Plan is a defined contribution plan with a profit-sharing component and 401k feature. NFL Player Second Career Savings Plan currently has over 9,200 active participants and over $2.3B in plan assets.

Plan Details

Plan Details Relevant details about the plan and the plan sponsor, including the address and industry of the plan sponsor and the size of the plan in assets and participants.

 
Plan data accurate as of 3/31/2018
Plan data has been audited by an Independent Qualified Public Accountant (IQPA).
Address 200 St. Paul Street, Suite 2420
  • Location
    Baltimore , MD
  • 21202
  • Industry
    Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
  • Administrator
    Ted Phillips
  • Sponsor
    Sam Mccullum
  • Net Plan Assets
    $2,300,000,000
  • Total Participants
    9,200
  • Avg Account Balance
    $250,000

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Providers

Plan Service Providers

SERVICE PROVIDER
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Aon Hewitt
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Recordkeeper
Tempo Holding Company, LLC
Consultant
Tempo Holding Company, LLC
Investment Adviser
PFM Advisors
Legal Counsel
Groom Law Group Chartered
Corporate Trustee
BNY Mellon
Investment Adviser
Portfolio Evaluations, Inc.
Auditor
Abrams,Foster,Nole & Williams P.A,.

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