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- The Importance of Using Prudent Practices in Today’s Lawsuit-filled Environment
- DOL Rule Change Forces Due Diligence Process Makeover
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- fi360 Fiduciary Talk 36: Changes to the SEC Liquidity Rules for Money Market Funds
Posted by Carlos Panksep on October 27, 2016 in Spotlight on Practices
Litigation risk is rising for retirement plan fiduciaries. A few large law firms have become particularly adept at finding flaws in the fiduciary practices of plan sponsors and their financial service providers.
DOL Rule Change Forces Due Diligence Process Makeover. Cut the RFP Burden by 75% with Three Key Questions.
Posted by fi360 AIFA Designee, Al Otto on October 19, 2016 in Great Sources of Information
For retirement plan sponsors, the risks of choosing the wrong investment advisor or consultant just became a lot greater.
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 on September 09, 2016 in
As a fiduciary, should all advisors have emergency plans to deal with the unexpected? Blaine and Duane discuss recent state and SEC actions on business continuity rules and the case being made by the SEC to tie the rule to fiduciary duties.
Posted by fi360 on September 09, 2016 in
Duane and Blaine discuss the SEC's liquidity rules for money market funds and what the rule means for advisors.