New Hire Roundup: Morningstar Shuffles Leadership
Meanwhile, the SEC has appointed a new equity market structure committee, which includes FINRA CEO Richard Ketchum.
New Hire Roundup: Envestnet Names Hardwick President of Advisor Services
Meanwhile, New York Life has appointed Kathleen Navarro its chief diversity officer.
IRA Rollovers Face Scrutiny by ERISA Panel
The volume of retirement assets rolling out of defined contribution plans has gotten the DOL's ERISA Advisory Committee’s attention.
New Hire Roundup: DOL Still Seeks Advisory Council Nominations
This week in new hires, the DOL is still seeking nominations for its ERISA advisory council, and OneAmerica announced Scott Davison's promotion to president.
DOL’s Borzi: Fiduciary Redraft Out a Couple of Months After July
The DOL's reproposed fiduciary rule will likely be released a "couple" of months after July, Phyllis Borzi, assistant secretary for EBSA, said during a Tuesday afternoon meeting with the ERISA Advisory Council.
The Successful Retirement Plan Advisor, Pt. 3: Profile in Success— Jason Chepenik
Advisor Jason Chepenik’s two key principles for success: setting the stage for referrals by working tirelessly to find the root problem to his clients’ retirement issues and building custom plans to meet plan sponsors' needs.
The Successful Retirement Plan Advisor, Pt. 2: Profile in Success—Trisha Brambley
As part of our series on what the most successful retirement plan advisors have in common, we profile Trisha Brambley of Retirement Playbook Inc.
New Hire Roundup: Beale, Kayajanian Join Security Benefit; DOL Picks New ERISA Council Members
This week in new hires, Security Benefit welcomed George Beale and Jeffrey Kayajanian, CapWealth named Phoebe Venable president and COO, and the DOL named five new ERISA Advisory Council members.
Retirement Planning Groups to SEC: Stop Messing With Money-Market Funds
In a joint letter to the SEC Tuesday, the ICI, FSI and others said the proposed changes would render the funds "far less desirable—if not unusable—for retirement savers."
Providers of 403(b) Plans Gear Up for Regulatory Challenges
Providers of 403(b) plans that are subject to ERISA will face regulatory challenges this year–namely complying with the Department of Labor’s fee disclosure rule as well as the expanded Form 5500 reporting requirements.