The Real Impact of the ERISA 408(b)(2) Fee Disclosure Rule


Organizations that sponsor ERISA retirement plans have long struggled with the complexities of their vendors’ fee arrangements. The U.S. Department of Labor blames much of that struggle on an information gap that divides plan managers and vendors. We invited Ron Hagan, Chairman of the Fiduciary Standards Committee at Roland|Criss, back to the interview chair to explore with us how and why the fee disclosure law has thus failed to spark the change so many desired. During this session, we cover key trends and reveal resources of which every CFO and Human Resource executive should be aware.



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