Speaking for theContinue
Take a few minutes to meet James Parker of ATNI, and Alvin Aganon and David Iyall of the Nisqually Indian Tribe, to understand why each selected Mutual of America as their organization’s retirement plan provider.
Formed in 1953, the Affiliated Tribes of the Northwest Indians (ATNI) represents 57 Indian Nations across Oregon, Idaho, Washington, Southeast Alaska, Northern California and Western Montana. By providing a forum for information sharing and consensus-based policy development, ATNI is helping to raise the collective voices of its ethnically, culturally and linguistically diverse members on issues critical to these Native communities.
Mutual of America began serving the retirement plan needs of ATNI in 2020. “When ATNI partnered with Mutual of America, we worked closely to create a retirement plan that would help break through the traditional barriers to saving and improve the financial security outcomes for plan participants,” said Cynthia Banks, Senior Vice President of National Accounts at Mutual of America. “Our client-first approach has enabled our team to connect directly with employees and Tribal community members and engage in meaningful conversations about their financial needs.”