Employee Benefits: 401(k) Fee Disclosure Rules
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Is your company a target for new Department of Labor (DoL) regulations aimed at eliminating excessive 401(k) fees? Find out if your fees are considered "excessive" as defined by the DoL, how the new fee disclosure rules could affect your earnings, why you may be at risk of reimbursing every one of your employees that participate in the company's 401(k) plan, and how to protect your company from these new exposures.
Learn to estimate, then mitigate, your company's financial exposure to the new 401(k) fee disclosure regulations during this Instant Impact Webcast from CFO Learning and Dalbar, Inc. This Webcast will outline what's at stake and why a failure to understand the ramifications of the regulations could mean a nasty surprise for your company's earnings.
Join expert Lou Harvey of Dalbar Inc., as he walks webcast participants through the potential financial impact of retroactively reimbursing excessive 401(k) fees, and provides a blueprint for how to measure and mitigating risks. You'll also have access to a free "Fee Zone" tool that will help identify your risk level (see link below).
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During this Webcast, you will learn how to:
This Webcast does not currently offer the opportunity to earn continuing professional education (CPE) credit. We invite you to stay tuned to CFO.com for future Webcasts that will offer attendees opportunities to earn CPE credit.
- Estimate your company's financial exposure using a risk calculator provided by CFO Learning and Dalbar;
- Interpret the practical compliance implications affecting your company now, including communicating the fee structure clearly to employees;
- Take corrective action when fees "seem" too high or too low;
- Develop a prudent process -- one that does not include self-evaluation or self-dealing by service providers -- to assess 401(k) services and fees; and
- Properly demonstrate to the Department of Labor that you have a service provider evaluation process in place that protects employees from poor service and pricey plans.
For inquiries or complaints concerning this Webcast, please call (212) 488-4708.
About the Presenter
About CFO Learning
Lou Harvey is founder and CEO of Dalbar, Inc., an independent expert firm that evaluates, audits and rates business practices, customer performance, and product quality and service. Launched in 1976, Dalbar provides unbiased evaluations of investment companies, registered investment advisers, insurance companies, broker/dealers, retirement plan providers and financial professionals. Lou has held governance positions at a number of institutions that include the National Association of Securities Dealers, Federal Reserve Bank, Bentley College and Plymouth Plantation. More recently, Lou was named president of the Fiduciary Standards Board, an organization dedicated to maintaining fiduciary standards and communicating the inherent value of fiduciary relationships to the public at large.
CFO Learning provides targeted training and education for corporate finance executives and their teams to help these professionals stay ahead of today's evolving business environment. Our training is delivered on-line, in-person, and in self-study formats and our presenters are leading experts experienced in providing efficient instruction to professionals.