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Posted by Wes Stillman on October 13, 2016 in Putting Process into PracticeEditor’s Note: Today’s blog post is a guest post from Wes Stillman, who is CEO and founder of RightSize Solutions. Wes also recently guest presented a webinar titled Cybersecurity: What Advisors Need to Know about Protecting Data. A recording of the webinar can be accessed here. * * * * * The biggest stumbling block for registered investment advisors when it comes to guarding against cybersecurity breaches is not technology-based, it’s a people problem. The right technology is critical, but RIA leaders face a bigger challenge in fostering a cybersecurity-sensitive...
Posted by Rich Lynch on December 04, 2013 in Putting Process into Practice>>>> Next week, fi360 is hosting a webinar on 408(b)(2), reasonable service arrangements, and benchmarking. In this post, fi360 President Rich Lynch takes a look at how CEFEX is helping plan sponsors assess their service provider arrangements and the criteria they are using to determine reasonableness using a benchmarking process. It’s been almost 18 months since the 408(b)(2) regulation became effective and service providers became required to provide enhanced disclosures to their plan sponsor clients. It’s probably safe to assume that most if not all service providers are now delivering the required...