The proposal would allow fiduciaries to correct certain transactional mistakes and then notify DOL instead of applying for approval beforehand.
As plan sponsors look to evaluate their relationship with their financial advisers, experts say it is critical that advisers understand more than just retirement.
Plaintiffs agree to settle for $267 million in a class action suit that alleged that PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP undercalculated lump-sum payments made to pension participants.
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Plan sponsors and plan fiduciaries that use the service would add an extra layer of fiduciary protection, with Rockefeller serving as an ERISA 3(38) investment manager.
A new study shows that most people working in regulatorily sensitive industries such as financial services are aware of the importance of cybersecurity and privacy policies, but employers should still shape their communications to include more practical tips.
The former Greenspring Advisors professional describes FiduciaryRx as a modern tech platform that empowers advisers to improve the ‘fiduciary wellness’ of their plan sponsor clients.
The settlement includes both monetary and nonmonetary aspects.
The complicated ruling offers some support for the defendants’ arguments but allows other claims to proceed to discovery and trial.
The burgeoning collective investment trust marketplace is creating new opportunities for retirement plan investors and trust companies alike—as well as new due diligence requirements for fiduciaries.
SEC Chair Gary Gensler says he looks forward to working closely with William Birdthistle, an at-times harsh critic of the mutual fund industry, to plan and execute a proactive regulatory agenda.
The allegations in the new lawsuit are familiar, suggesting the plan fiduciaries permitted the payment of excessive recordkeeping and investment fees over a lengthy proposed class period.