401(k) oversight committees: Foundation for fiduciary responsibility

Brambley, Trisha
October 2003
Employee Benefit News;Oct2003, Vol. 17 Issue 13, p54
Discusses the importance of creating a senior-level Investment Oversight Committee (IOC) to continuously monitor the 401(k) plan in the U.S. Role of an IOC; Information on how the committee functions; Members of the committee; Topics covered in an IOC meeting.


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