If your company is seeking to attract and retain executives in a competitive environment, nonqualified benefit plans provide enhanced retirement savings and wealth accumulation alternatives for senior managers, officers, and directors. These plans can provide additional tax deferred savings and benefits accumulation in excess of retirement and 401(k) regulations and are an important element of compensation programs for key employee groups. Wells Fargo has a dedicated team, with more than 20 years' experience, that specializes in serving the complex nonqualified plan needs of Fortune 1000 companies.
Consulting and plan design
We will evaluate your organization’s deferred compensation program needs—while also considering the tax implications and retirement funding needs of your employees—and work closely with you to tailor a plan to your current business objectives. Our process involves a proven implementation methodology, evaluation of multiple funding strategies, and a thorough administration analysis.
Wells Fargo ranks as one of the most experienced Rabbi trust administrators and has facilitated more than 200 change in control events.
Choosing to safeguard plan benefits with a trust gives plan participants a greater measure of security. Wells Fargo Executive Benefits can help you design a Rabbi trust to provide benefits security for your executives.
Communications and enrollment
We can customize communications and enrollment materials for your specific plan and participants. Our printed materials packages—as well as our interactive website—make it easy for your employees to get the details they need to make informed decisions.
Plan management and administration
Our nonqualified plan specialists help you manage your plan, while you and your participants have access to sophisticated online administrative capabilities and flexible recordkeeping systems.
How you choose to fund your nonqualified benefit plan directly affects your company's financial statements and net income. We can help you evaluate liability accumulation, tax implications, alternative costs, and participant concerns associated with each of these benefit funding alternatives:
- Company stock
- Mutual funds
- Corporate-owned life insurance