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2 responses to “How Investment Theory Explains 401k Plan Sponsors’ Evolving Fiduciary Duties”

  1. Dale F. Smith

    Chris: I’m extremely impressed with the perspectives and historical recap you’ve enunciated in this timely article. As usual, I’m envious of your draftsmanship. Your theme is perhaps commonplace to many of the experts in our field, but it’s novel to me: evolutionary investment theory is producing a correlative structural change in fiduciary duties. But I’m not optimistic of the direction we’re heading. There are so many heavyweights in our industry, and there are correspondingly many differing directions they can enforce/espouse. We need leadership to fill the existing void, so that all practitioners are headed in the same direction.
    Dale

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