In some instances, your retirement plan committee may lack the expertise to prudently address all areas of its fiduciary responsibility. The Department of Labor allows fiduciaries to hire service providers to handle fiduciary functions where the committee lacks expertise. This does not absolve the committee of their responsibility in that area but extends to the oversight of the service provider and their fees.
Join us as we discuss a section of our Fiduciary Training Program focused on service providers and their fees.
You will learn:
- How to assess if a service provider is needed to perform a specialized function
- What services can be obtained from outside providers
- ERISA guidance related to the payment of plan expense
Presenter, Scott Cameron, CFA, Chief Investment Officer, Co-Founding Principal, Multnomah Group
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