Research and Markets: Electric Vehicle Charging Stations - Market Analysis and Forecast to 2020
How plan sponsors choose to delegate responsibilities can impact their degree of liability.
The Tussey v. ABB ruling raises the importance of implementing a fiduciary 'circuit-breaker' for plan sponsors that wish to off-load fiduciary responsibility for the selection, monitoring, and replacement of a plan's investment options.
Research and Markets: Global and Chinese Low and Medium-voltage Inverter Industry Report, 2013-2016
The answer to the complexity, inefficiency, and unnecessarily expensive practice of revenue-sharing so well exposed in Tussey v. ABB is to simply do away with revenue-sharing, writes W. Scott Simon of Prudent Investor Advisors.
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If the SEC goes ahead and issues some sort of 'harmonized,' disclosure-heavy fiduciary status rule, it will perpetuate unnecessary costs for many individual retail investors, writes Scott Simon of Prudent Investor Advisors.
We are concerned about a slow start to U.S. light-vehicle sales this year, but we expect improvement once the cold abates.
In the retirement plan marketplace, plan-provider bigness can mean a sub-optimal solution for both plan sponsors and plan participants, writes Scott Simon of Prudent Investor Advisors.