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Michael Sasso Appointed to PSCA’s Board of Directors

Warren, New Jersey, November 6, 2015 – Portfolio Evaluations, Inc. (PEI), one of the country’s leading institutional investment consulting firms, is pleased to announce Michael Sasso, Partner and Co-Founder of PEI, has been appointed to the Plan Sponsor Council of America’s (PSCA) Board of Directors.

Michael has over 30 years of industry experience. He provides unbiased, expert advice, empowering plan fiduciaries to make well-informed, prudent decisions. His career has been built on helping his clients deliver an effective retirement program, covering Governance, Investments and Administration. Michael also oversees PEI’s investment management research team and retirement plans consulting group.

Established in 1947, PSCA is a national, non-profit trade association of 1,200 companies and over six million plan participants that provides its members with programs and services to help them better manage their company’s retirement plans. PSCA represents its members’ interests to federal policymakers and offers practical, cost-effective assistance with profit sharing, 401(k) and 403(b) plan design, administration, investment, compliance, and communication. PSCA’s services are tailored to meet the needs of both large and small companies as well as nonprofits and associations. Members range in size from Fortune 100 firms to small, entrepreneurial businesses as well as non-profit organizations. Since its founding, PSCA has been at the forefront of protecting America’s retirement system.

PEI is a privately-owned consulting firm focused on providing institutional investment and retirement plan consulting services. Founded in 1992, PEI operates in an independent, non-affiliated capacity to provide advice, guidance, direction, and education to the fiduciaries of institutional investment programs. Clients include both private and public entities including corporations, non-profit institutions, endowments & foundations, family offices, governments and municipalities, and Taft-Hartley plans.