Last week, the Center for Due Diligence — a staple to the retirement industry — shuttered its Web site following its decades-long run advising industry and leaders.

The strategic and information services firm was established in Chicago in 1994 with an objective of providing 401(k) program competitive analysis. The company expanded in 2003, providing popular educational and networking conferences that target retirement plan advisors.

As of Dec. 25, the company’s Web site reads “After serving the retirement plans advisory industry for more than two decades, the CFDD is ceasing publication. As we retire, we want you to know how much we have appreciated your ongoing support.”

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