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What Will the Fiduciary Standard Look Like in Five Years?

    What Will the Fiduciary Standard Look Like in Five Years?

Still, if one has confidence the marketplace will drive the industry towards focusing on the best interests of clients, then a de facto fiduciary standard can emerge organically, without overt reliance on regulators.

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Exclusive Interview: Fred Reish says DOL “Conflicted” Over Conflict-of-Interest Rule Appeal

    Exclusive Interview: Fred Reish says DOL “Conflicted” Over Conflict-of-Interest Rule Appeal

One of the nation’s top ERISA attorneys tells us even if the Fiduciary Duty is dead, it’s not. The only question is which part will remain alive and which part with wither on the vine. Fred Reish has an idea, and he tells us here.

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Fiduciary Rule SNAFU: What Happened, What Happens Next, and Does It Really Matter?

    Fiduciary Rule SNAFU: What Happened, What Happens Next, and Does It Really Matter?

In the final analysis, we may get the best of both worlds, a reduced regulatory compliance burden with a market that imposes the fiduciary standard.

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New Fiduciary Rule: What the DOL Got Right, Came Close on, and Missed Entirely

    New Fiduciary Rule: What the DOL Got Right, Came Close on, and Missed Entirely

Any regulation that requires 10 pages of explanation for every page of regulation is bound to have something good, something not-quite-good-enough, and something not-so-good.

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The Ten Most Popular 2015 FiduciaryNews.com Articles for the 401k Plan Sponsor and Fiduciary

    The Ten Most Popular 2015 <em>FiduciaryNews.com</em> Articles for the 401k Plan Sponsor and Fiduciary

Don’t be surprised if this collective wisdom confirms certain instincts you have always possessed, drives a stake in the heart of a myth you’ve long embraced, and opens your mind to an idea you’ve never thought to consider.

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10 Unexpected Changes Tibble Really Brings to 401k Fiduciary Providers and Plan Sponsors

How many of these did you foresee coming?

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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 3/13/15

Pension Ponzi redux, Fiduciary feud growing louder, and the sudden rediscovery of the evils of 12b-1 fees.

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Fred Reish Unravels Washington Regs and Explains 401k Plan Sponsor Fiduciary Liability

Things in the news aren’t as they seem, but that doesn’t mean they’re not as they seem.

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“How-to” Guidelines to Follow When Creating 401k Plan Benchmarks

Just because something is measurable doesn’t mean it’s relevant.

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Exclusive Interview (Part IV): Phil Chiricotti Sees MEPs as THE Fiduciary Solution for Small Plans

“Advisors who don’t assume a 3(38) or 3(21) fiduciary position are unlikely to have an investment role.”

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