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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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To be sure, there may be some meaningful differences in the burdens of persuasion and burdens of proof between the formal and informal fiduciary relationships--those in confidential relationships have to show actual reliance and have the burden to prove the existence of the relationship, whereas those in formal fiduciary relationships do not need to prove reliance and fiduciaries will have the burden to show their transactions were fair--but these differences are not terribly important for my purposes here.
Part II, in the July 2006 issue, will illustrate some tax consequences of foreign and domestic trusts that fiduciaries and tax advisers need to understand to report trust transactions properly under local law and in accordance with the trust instrument.
Using this meaning, many persons are considered fiduciaries.
If the current process is insufficient, the fiduciaries can modify it and the frequency with which the plan performs the review to help meet the growing risks.
Since fiduciaries must buy three different types of coverages in order to be protected, gaps can occur, causing confusion and possibly liability.
Nothing can be more important than educating fiduciaries in their critical responsibility in the protection of employee benefit plans," said AICPA President and CEO Barry Melancon.
Even if no pension reform legislation is passed, the sponsors and fiduciaries of employee benefit plans face significant exposure under the current law.
ERISA fiduciaries must discharge their duties solely in the interest of the benefit plan's participants and beneficiaries and for the exclusive purpose of providing benefits to those parties, while defraying the reasonable expenses of administering the plan.
Second, the courtappointed fiduciaries agreed to comply with the Federal Reserve's order of March 4, which requires BCCI to divest its interest in CCAH, First American Bankshares' parent holding company.
Fiduciary Plan Governance, LLC, headquartered in Newburyport, Massachusetts, provides benchmarking, fiduciary assessment, and plan management and investment review services to plan sponsor fiduciaries.
Flannigan is right that fiduciary relationships place fiduciaries in a position of power and as such generate a risk of abuse.
court case, in which the handbooks were referred to as "the great book" for investment fiduciaries.
com)-- Helen Sipsas, MBA, CFP[R], a Managing Principal of Peak Wealth Advisors in San Luis Obispo, CA and Pasadena, CA has been awarded the Accredited Investment Fiduciary[R] (AIF[R]) designation from Fiduciary360 (fi360), an organization offering training, tools and resources to promote a culture of fiduciary responsibility and improve the decision making processes of fiduciaries.
However, by having to wait for the IRS to issue a Compliance Statement, the process of fully protecting the plan and the fiduciaries can take an extended period of time.
Fiduciaries are required to perform professional or other services with all of the expertise, loyalty and due care that they possess.