Six Easy Steps to Keep Plan Assets Safe in a Virtual World
Q4 2018: Fiduciary Hot Topics: How You Doin’?
Cyber fraud is a growing concern globally. Individuals are typically very careful to keep their bank account and email authentication information safe, but they aren’t always smart with the rest of their personal information. Participants need to be vigilant with their retirement savings accounts as well. In the past year we’ve seen a slew of Read More →
Fiduciary Liabilities: What Are They? How Can They Be Mitigated?
Grab your coffee and read on for the latest fiduciary fodder! DOL’s New Fiduciary Rule & the SEC’s Best Interests Rule – Hopefully they will Intersect This past March, almost 10 years after the “new” Fiduciary and Best Interest Contract (BIC) rules were first proposed, the Fifth Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals vacated Read More →
“Risk comes from not knowing what you are doing.”-Warren Buffett Being an ERISA fiduciary may entail personal liability. In addition to making the plan whole for any losses resulting from a breach of fiduciary duty, a fiduciary may be required to disgorge any profits obtained in committing the breach, and be subject to “such other Read More →