Black Caucus Members Balk at DOL Fiduciary Rule
The Congressional Black Caucus is warning the DOL that its plan to extend ERISA’s fiduciary standard to IRAs will hurt African-American savers.
Fred Reish Explains Fee Disclosure at 401(k) Summit
Fred Reish of Drinker Biddle & Reath and Samuel Brandwein of Morgan Stanley took on advisors’ new responsibilities after fee disclosure at the NAPA/ASPPA 401(k) Summit.
3 Issues That Will Dominate DOL Fiduciary Debate
Pay close attention to three areas of the DOL’s reproposed fiduciary rule once it’s released in July, says Brad Campbell, former head of EBSA.
Emboldened Borzi Is Back
Bolstered by another four years in her position under a re-elected Obama administration, Phyllis Borzi is adamant that EBSA’s fiduciary rule will see the light of day this year.
Stadion Offers TDFs With ERISA 3(38) Protection
Stadion Money Management, an asset manager based in Watkinsville, Ga., announced Tuesday that it is offering ERISA 3(38) fiduciary management on its target-date funds.
ERISA Gurus Reish, Campbell Urge DOL to Create 408(b)(2) ‘Corrections Program’
Such a program would not let "bad actors" evade punishment, they said; rather it would provide a streamlined process with reduced penalties.
Think Your Portfolio Models Pass ERISA Muster? You May Be Wrong
Fred Reish of Drinker Biddle & Reath lays out guidelines for providing asset allocation models that will not be treated by ERISA as designated investment alternatives.
Controversy Over Brokerage Windows Is Focus of Drinker Biddle Debate
Drinker Biddle & Reath held the first of a series of conference calls for advisors on regulation, discussing the controversy over proposed brokerage window rules and how the election could affect the fiduciary debate.
DOL Backs Off Controversial Brokerage Window Plan
EBSA backed off on its controversial fiduciary requirements involving brokerage windows under its fee-disclosure rule 408(b)(2) that had the retirement planning community up in arms.
Borzi on the Hot Seat, Again
Phyllis Borzi is once again feeling heat—this time from House Democrats—over her insistence on including individual retirement accounts (IRAs) in the Department of Labor’s reproposed fiduciary rule.