Ty Parrish, CIMA®, C(k)P™, GFS®

Managing Partner, Senior ERISA Consultant

As a Managing Partner and Senior ERISA Consultant at Blue Prairie Group, Ty Parrish specializes in creating healthy retirement plans for all types of institutional clients by helping busy executives design, implement and monitor successful retirement plans.

Over his 20+ year career, he has worked for an insurance company, a bank and a mutual fund company, providing him with an invaluable perspective on how these types organizations operate. He utilizes this experience to create compliant, efficient and effective retirement plans for his clients.

Ty is passionate about driving plan success and uses BPG’s proprietary Plan Health SmartCard™ to measure, diagnose and drive better results for his clients. In fact, BPG’s clients score significantly higher than their peers in critical areas of plan success. As a result, more of their participants are on track to a secure retirement and their plan sponsors clients have been able to minimize the personal and organizational risk associated with sponsoring an ERISA retirement plan.

Ty is a graduate of the University of Florida – Warrington College of Business with a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance. He holds the Certified Investment Management Analyst® (CIMA®) certification, administered by Investment Management Consultants Association® and taught in conjunction with The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. In addition, he holds the Certified 401(k) Professional – C(k)P™ designation from UCLA Anderson Executive Education. Ty is a member of the Retirement Advisor Council and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences, including Plan Sponsor Council of America and Plan Advisor National conferences in recent years.

Ty is married to his high school sweetheart Jennifer and they have three teenage daughters Kiley, Ally and Sammy. Ty is an avid road and mountain biker and enjoys golf and Florida Gator football as well. Most of all, Ty enjoys exploring the world with his family and has taken trips to Australia, Switzerland and Hawaii over the past five years.