Fiduciary (k)larity™ helps retirement plan committees better fulfill their fiduciary responsibilities.
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Covers the history and background of ERISA and which plans are subject to the regulation
Reviews fiduciary vs. non-fiduciary functions as well as ERISA’s fiduciary duties and elements of a prudent process
Discusses common fiduciary breach claims, consequences of a breach, and prohibited transactions
Addresses various aspects of the plan document, amendments, Form 5500, and participant disclosures
Describes investment duties under ERISA, selection and monitoring best practices, and 404(c) protection
Covers fee types, allocation methods, revenue sharing, and administrative vs. settlor expenses
Reviews how to properly evaluate and select vendors and service providers and outsourced 3(16) administrative services
Discusses fee litigation, DOL and IRS enforcement priorities, target-date fund (TDF) selection, and the DOL Conflict of Interest Rule
Describes several landmark court decisions that provide “real-life” lessons about the importance of a prudent fiduciary process
Addresses bonding and insurance, fiduciary governance/oversight structure, and the importance of fiduciary process documentation
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ERISA requires plan fiduciaries to ensure fees are reasonable on an ongoing basis while having a documented process to show for it. Here are 10 strategies to optimize your plan economics.
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To meet ERISA’s “prudence” standards, plan fiduciaries must follow a disciplined and documented process when making investment-related decisions. Here are 10 strategies to optimize your committee’s investment selection and monitoring process.
Greenspring Advisors is recognized by SHRM® to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP® recertification activities. This webinar series qualifies for 2.00 Professional Development Credits (PDCs) towards SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP® recertification. The submission recertification code will be provided at the completion of this series.
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