NAPA Black Book Now Open for Submissions

In 2015, NAPA launched its first-ever “Black Book,” a directory of the nation’s leading providers in three key service categories for retirement plan advisors: recordkeepers, DCIOs and BD/RIAs. Last year we added TPAs — and this year, we’re expanding it even further.

Since its launch, the NAPA Black Book has enjoyed a tremendous response, both from the firms listed and from the 12,000+ NAPA member advisors who received a copy and who continue to refer to it throughout the year.

The Black Book is a special issue of NAPA Net the Magazine, and it has quickly become the resource guide for serious retirement plan advisors. NAPA Firm Partners are eligible for a regular listing at no cost!

As in previous years, there are sections for BDs/RIAs, DCIOs, recordkeepers and TPAs. This year we are extending the Black Book listings to include a new category of advisor services: Technology & Tools!

While it may seem a long ways off, we are today opening the database for submissions!  The deadline for data requests — in the applicable categories below — is 5:00 p.m. EST on Friday, Oct. 6.

Submission Forms

You can view past editions of the NAPA Black Book below:

Enhanced Listings

While there is no cost to be included, we do offer premium, Enhanced Listing placements. If you’re interested in finding out more about the Enhanced Listing opportunity, please contact Gwenn Paness at GPaness@usaretirement.org for additional information.

Questions?

Should you have any questions, need assistance, or there is someone else in your organization to whom this request should be delivered, please contact us at NAPABlackBook@usaretirement.org.

Thank you again for your interest in, and support of, NAPA — and the NAPA Black Book!

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