DUBLIN, OH -- (Marketwire) -- 02/26/13 -- The availability of the Meeder Investment Portfolios and Meeder Funds has been expanded. These funds and portfolios are now offered on the FTJ Fund Choice and Placemark platforms.
"We are excited about the launch of our funds and portfolios on the FTJ Fund Choice and Placemark platforms," said Ron Sala, National Vice President, Sales for Meeder Investment Management. "This expanded distribution allows us to collaborate with a larger network of investment professionals providing investment solutions to both individual and corporate clients."
Meeder Investment Management offers 401k solutions, separately managed accounts and mutual funds (through Meeder Funds), and currently serves nearly 30,000 shareholders, retirement plan participants, and institutional investors. In addition to these two new platforms, Meeder's funds and portfolios are available through Nationwide, Principal, Fidelity, Envestnet, KTrade, Lincoln Investment, Managed Opportunities, Matrix, MG Trust, and TD Ameritrade. For more information on the availability of Meeder's funds and portfolios on these and other platforms, contact the Meeder Investment Management Sales Desk at (866) 633-3371.
Your goals. Our focus. Since 1974. Meeder Investment Management has earned the trust of individuals, advisors and institutional investors for over four decades with a steadfast focus on client goals and a consistent approach to managing wealth. From this experience, Meeder has developed a comprehensive suite of product solutions, from mutual funds to managed account portfolios, to help clients fulfill a wide range of investment objectives. For more information, visit www.meederinvestment.com or call (866) 633-3371.
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Meeder Investment Management, Inc.
Phone: (614) 760-2121
Fax: (614) 923-1145
6125 Memorial Drive
Dublin, OH 43017
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