From the November 2009 issue of Treasury & Risk magazine

Gold AHA Winner in Retirement & Benefits

Honeywell managed to update the investment offerings in its $9.7 billion 401(k) plan last year while maintaining the plan's low-cost structure despite obstacles thrown up by the financial markets turmoil.

At the end of 2007, Honeywell's savings plan had 11 investment choices; the offerings used an indexed approach and were almost all commingled funds or separate accounts. The lineup, unchanged for more than 10 years, included a set of three lifestyle funds that provided conservative, moderate and aggressive investment options.


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