Your plan, and how you manage it, increasingly is falling under intense scrutiny—not only from participants, but also from the regulatory bodies that are responsible for protecting participants’ interests. Fortunately fiduciary risk, like many business risks, can be managed and reduced.
As your partner, we can share much of this fiduciary responsibility with you, and implement a disciplined process to better manage your fiduciary obligations.
There are many types of Fiduciaries and we can help you implement any of these protection strategies.
3(16) – Administrative Fiduciary who manages the day-to-day operations of the plan.
3(21) – Co-Fiduciary who recommends, advises, guides, and helps makes investment decisions.
3(38) – Solely responsible for monitoring and making investment decisions.