The practical side of being a fiduciary

August 2009
Employee Benefit News;Aug2009, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p44
The article offers some practical suggestions on how to approach the responsibilities of retirement plan fiduciaries. They include appointing an individual or committee as plan administrator. Another is to consider the financial strength of one's service providers. The need to be aware of the scope of indemnification coverage is also cited.


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