Titles of Blog Posts from Roland|Criss
> Lawsuits reveal the risk issues for 403(b) and 401(k) plan fiduciaries
> Penalties hit ERISA plans in spite of CPA audits
> How ERISA plan sponsors should respond to the new fiduciary rule
> What if your ERISA plan’s CPA isn’t qualified?
> Has Risk Trumped the Pursuit of Excellence?
> Computer automation relieves ERISA governance and risk management burdens.
> Retirement Plan Investment Programs Harbor Newly Revealed Risks
> 4 Consequences of Not Having a Procurement Plan for Retirement Services
> Managing Employee Benefit Risks in a New Regulatory Era
> The “So What” of the New Conflict of Interest Rule
> What is the Fiduciary Standard?
> The Operational Impact of Fiduciary Rule Changes
> Automating Fiduciary Compliance
> Are Conflicts of Interest Harmful…Really?
> The REAL Impact of 408(b)(2)
> Year End Takeaways for Plan Administrators
> The Significance of a Signature
> On a scale from 1 to 10, how vulnerable is your retirement plan?
> Can ERISA go Organic?
> Are We Sinking in a Sea of Conflicts?
> Behind a Veil of Authenticity
> Fiduciary Fumbles: How Do Plan Sponsors Choose the Right Fiduciary?
> The Right Way to Construct a TPA / 3(16) Service Provider Model
> 3(16) Fiduciary: New Flavor, or Simply a Matured Palate?
> Two Takeaways from Fidelity’s Court Battle
> Unraveling an ERISA 3(16) Plan Administrator’s Duties
> The “Fiduciary” Fad: Can Anyone Be a Fiduciary?
> “Starter Plan” or Non-Starter Idea: Obama’s “MyRA” Proposal
> The Gold Standard
> What You Should Expect from your 3(16) Fiduciary
> The Argument for a 3(16) Plan Administrator, Now
> 401(k) Fee Structures Just Cracked!
> Is the DOL forcing a change in the Plan Administrator role?