You won’t believe some of the articles that appeared this week – and supposedly high end publications!
What does the Fiduciary Standard, upside down mutual fund conventional wisdom and dullard annuities all have in common?
Out of The Fiduciary Forum comes a startling revelation – one that may change the way regulators regulate and the way fiduciaries seek to reduce their liability.
While pension problems trump annuity ideas and the fiduciary fracas festers, along comes the DOL to remind us they’re still in this game.
Find out what big PR push a certain sector of the financial industry started this week. Here’s a hint: You can thank Washington.
What happened while you were taking Labor Day week off – whether to see the beach or to catch up on your busy workload?
From the Edsel of the mutual fund industry to the “do they really expect us to believe this” of the Fiduciary Standard war to a series of decisions in fiduciary lawsuits, discover the past weeks trending topics.
Too busy for last week’s news? Here’s a quick synopsis of the major news events and trends impacting the ERISA plan fiduciary.
While the passage of Health Care Reform muted the market’s momentum in late March, the Goldman Sachs hearings proved the turning point. The folks on Main Street just lost 10% of their retirement savings in less than a month. You can’t blame Wall Street for that.
Has index investing become the soma of savers? Does it place employees – and the markets – in harm’s way? By extension, has the 401k fiduciary now assumed a greater liability?