Chicago, IL – October Three announced today that it has relocated its Chicago office to a larger space to accommodate its rapidly expanding corporate headquarters in the “Windy City.” The new office is located in the world-renowned Willis Tower at 233 South Wacker Drive. This move to the highest architectural landmark in North America is symbolic as October Three advances to greater heights as Retirement Architects.
The new space will provide a cohesive office identity representative of October Three and allow for growth into the future. Over the past three years the number of employees at October Three has grown exponentially, and now has over twenty people working at the Chicago Office. This will be the third office upgrade for the firm since the company’s inception in 2009.
A primary focus of the consultants at October Three is the design and administration of comprehensive retirement benefit programs that minimize the financial risks and volatility concerns employers face. October Three has been successfully servicing some of the top professional service firms, foundations and corporations in the United States.
“We are excited about our move to the Willis Tower and the opportunity it provides to better serve our clients and facilitate future growth,” said Jeff Stevenson, President, October Three.
About October Three
October Three is a full service actuarial, consulting and technology firm that is a leading force behind the reemergence of defined benefit plans across the country. October Three operates throughout seven offices, located in Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Dallas, Denver, San Francisco, and Boston.
Through effective plan design strategies October Three believes successful financial outcomes are achievable for employers and employees alike. A critical element of those strategies is the ReDB™ plan design. The ReDefined Benefit Plan™ represents an entirely new, design-based approach to retirement and to the management of both the employer’s and the employee’s financial risk, focusing on maximizing financial efficiency and employee value.