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relating to or of the nature of a legal trust (i.e. the holding of something in trust for another)

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He sets out this example: "If a broker-dealer previously told plans that the advisors were not serving as fiduciaries, the new relief does not apply.
Although 401(k) plan fees have declined as a result of fee litigation, fee disclosure statements, the fiduciary rule, the increased use of index funds, and marketplace competition, many plan fiduciaries continue to pay excessive fees with plan assets in violation of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA).
29) It accomplishes this task by imposing strict duties on fiduciaries, including, importantly, requiring fiduciaries to act honestly, selflessly, with integrity, and in the best interests of their beneficiaries.
As plan sponsors know, ERISA requires that plan fiduciaries act with the care, skill, prudence and diligence a hypothetical prudent person would use.
Virtually all IRA advisors will be deemed to be fiduciaries, and the new rule is expected to change the IRA marketplace.
ERISA requires plan fiduciaries to comply with certain fiduciary principles stemming from the law of trusts.
Level-fee fiduciaries receive the same compensation, regardless of the particular investments the client makes, whether based on a fixed percentage of assets under management or a fixed dollar fee.
The robustness of the demands on fiduciaries distinguishes these
In another case, the fiduciaries of a qualified plan were taking large loans from it.
70 percent of advisors market themselves as fiduciaries and most, nearly 90 percent, communicate the term verbally versus using it in marketing materials (70 percent of fiduciary respondents).
In Part III, we discuss fiduciary governance in the context of the hallmark fiduciary obligation of loyalty, contrasting the familiar ways in which fiduciaries exhibit loyalty to persons with the notion of loyalty to purposes that constrains execution of fiduciary governance mandates.
11) In theory, privatizing this system increases the number of incompetent veterans receiving help while simultaneously empowering the Fiduciary Program to shift from administering the Program to monitoring fiduciaries.
Politicians and bureaucrats are not like private fiduciaries because they do not serve discrete classes of beneficiaries and are not subject to demands that can be distilled into a discrete maximand.
These rights constitute a distinct patrimonial mass, separate from the other rights and obligations that the fiduciaries have.
is the first full-time training and research facility for fiduciaries, and conducts training programs at universities throughout the United States and abroad.