For a slow news week a surprising number of hard-hitting news articles.
Is this the week that signaled the beginning of the bond bubble bust? What ETFs need to be a game changer. Why can’t brokers survive serving smaller clients while advisers don’t have any problem? A new twist in the pension problem surfaces.
Welcome to Fiduciary News Trending Topics. Each Monday, we’ll give you a quick synopsis of the major news events and trends impacting ERISA plan sponsors, 401k fiduciaries and those in
In a week that featured the DOL’s new Target Date Fund disclosure proposal, angst over delayed reforms remains.
Some surprises of shoddy reporting in what might normally be considered a quiet week. And some good reporting, too.
Join us in giving thanks to all the news that 401k plans generate. There’s a special gem this week – maybe a hint at how the SEC will rule on the fiduciary standard.
An expected study reveals ETFs may be more dangerous than originally thought – and the nearly trillion dollar industry tries to shoot holes in it. Meanwhile, are we taking a giant step backward in reforming 12b-1 fees and the fiduciary standard?
If you’ve come to Fiduciary News for the water, then this week’s trending topics is just for you. It starts with a whole list of bad investment ideas, includes the continuing dilemma of pensions and a fiduciary fight and ends with a future issue.
If you give yourself some time to file an article you tend to be a little bit more thorough. It’s kinda like why “the fastest guns in the West” didn’t survive too long – they didn’t take the time to aim. This week’s news stories aimed well – and hit!
Just as we get the fallout from the new DOL fee disclosure rule, the DOL hits 401k Plan Sponsors with another whammy – a new definition of Fiduciary.