Company: Retirement Management Services LLC
Title: Managing Member
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Amber Lloyd, the owner and Managing Member of RMS, is a native of Louisville, Kentucky. She is a seasoned consultant with 20 years of experience in the employee benefits field. Over the years, she has advised clients, attorneys, CPA, estate planners, trust officers, investment advisors, brokers and financial planners on the design and administration of hundreds of retirement programs, including many ESOPs. She currently heads up her firms ESOP Practice Group and serves on the Advisory Committee for the Ohio/Kentucky Chapter of The ESOP Association. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and traveling.
Amber Lloyd is a 1993 Graduate of the University of Kentucky with a Bachelors of Business Administration with High Distinction and Departmental Honors in Finance. She has also received several technical certifications in the retirement field, including being a Certified Financial Planner certificant and an Accredited Pension Administrator and is an Enrolled Retirement Plan Agent. She is a current member of National Institute of Pension Administrators, The ESOP Association, The National Center for Employee Ownership, and the Financial Planning Association.
Amber and her team can help design a retirement plan that not only initially meets the organization and employee needs, but continues to meet those needs as the business grows and evolves. Our goal is to make the Plan Sponsor’s job easier, by consulting with Sponsors about complex decisions, such as mergers or plan design changes, as well as performing complex compliance testing and completing government forms to maintain compliance.
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