OppenheimerFunds

Firm Profile

OppenheimerFunds offers a broad, deep range of domestic and international equity and fixed income and alternative investment strategies. Our heritage in retirement plans provides us with insights that inform plan design, anticipate plan sponsor concerns and help realize successful plan outcomes. Our seasoned retirement professionals can help you and your clients adapt to new regulations, support your efforts to build forward-thinking, diversified fund lineups, and help plan sponsors—and their participants—achieve their goals. Our expertise helps you focus your retirement advisory business. This makes us different. And it makes us a resource for you and your business.

KEY CONTACTS
Sales: Paul Temple, (212) 323-5119
ptemple@ofiglobal.com
Sales: Clint Modler, (303) 378-4644
cmodler@ofiglobal.com

WEBSITE
www.oppenheimerfunds.com/dcio

PRIMARY MARKET(S) SERVED
Micro < $1 million
Small $1 million-$10 million
Mid $10 million – $100 million

TOTAL AUM ($MM)
As of 06/30/16: $217,073MM
As of 12/31/15: $216,810MM

TOTAL DCIO ASSETS ($MM)
As of 06/30/16: $32,919MM
As of 12/31/15: $33,337MM

DCIO ASSET BREAKDOWN (BY %)
Mutual funds: 90%
Collective trusts: 1%
Money market: 6%
Other: 2.7%

TOP 5 FUNDS BY DC ASSETS
1. Developing Markets Fund
Total assets: $8,714MM
2015 New Fund Flows: $2,469MM

2. International Growth Fund
Total assets: $5,787MM
2015 New Fund Flows: $1,940MM

3. Global Fund
Total assets: $3,221MM
2015 New Fund Flows: $897MM

4. International Bond Fund
Total assets: $1,227MM
2015 New Fund Flows: $436MM

5. Main Street Mid Cap Fund
Total assets: $926MM
2016 New Fund Flows: $299MM

ADVISOR SUPPORT SERVICES
• External wholesalers focused on advisors
• External wholesalers focused on institutional
• Compliance support
• Investment analysis & benchmarking
• Plan benchmarking
• Training for DC plan sales/service
• Investment committee meetings

NO. OF EXTERNAL WHOLESALERS
DC: 14
Retail: 85

WHITEPAPERS

Using Custom Target Date Funds in Defined Contribution Plans – Custom target date funds are an increasingly popular choice for plan fiduciaries as investment options and QDIAs in defined contribution plans.  This paper, authored by DC industry expert Bradford Campbell, examines fiduciary considerations associated with Custon TDFs and offers practical tips for plan advisors.”