John Casey, who leads global employee benefits programs at Google, has joined the advisory board of Betterment for Business, the robo-advisor’s unit dedicated to 401(k) retirement plans.
“At Google, we focus on optimizing the effectiveness and user experience of our employee benefit programs and Betterment for Business’ mission and product align with these values,” said Casey in a statement.
Casey joins three other advisors on the Betterment for Business advisory board: Raymond Kanner, managing director and chief investment officer at IBM; Thomas E. Clark, an attorney at the Wagner Law Group, which focuses on employee benefits, executive compensation and ERISA compliance; and Stig Nybo, a retirement plan consultant and past president of U.S. retirement strategy at Transamerica Retirement Solutions.
“John will further strengthen our board’s breadth of talent and expertise, bringing invaluable benefits,” said Cynthia Loh, general manager of Better for Business, in the statement.
“As Betterment for Business begins its second year of operation, the deep-rooted financial experience of our Board of Advisors will continue to guide us in our quest to be trusted 401(k) service for plan sponsors and participants.”