|Date:||October 8, 2019
Registration & Breakfast:
8:00 AM – 8:30 AM (ET)
Presentation & Discussion:
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM (ET)
100 Northern Avenue
Boston, MA 02210
Providing / sponsoring a 401(k) shouldn’t add significant (non-operational) risk to your business. What risks should you retain and manage, and what risks should you outsource to experts?
As a 401(k) plan fiduciary, you already know that the current litigious environment is a challenging one to navigate. And the role of Counsel or Finance in overseeing 401(k) plans continues to evolve.
401(k) plans are viewed by your employees as a vitally important opportunity to save for retirement and they are using the technologies provided by you to interact with the plan on a frequent basis. They are paying attention. In addition, regulations are becoming increasingly complicated, the number of class action lawsuits continues to rise, and employees want cheaper options with better performance. Is it even possible to reduce fiduciary risks in an expertly-run plan?
In a word – yes, and we’re here to help.
Please join us for breakfast and a collaborative roundtable session on October 8, and we’ll explain how.
Attorneys from Goodwin will give their unique perspective on fiduciary strategies and pitfalls, gleaned from current litigation trends; and experts from Mercer will share insights and best practices to manage 401(k) plan risk.
BONUS: Are you reviewing your fiduciary liability policy? Learn from our colleagues at Marsh the three things that should be in there – you may be surprised!
MURIEL KNAPP, CHFC, CLU, CRC, CRA, AIF®
Muriel consults with companies on a wide range of issues related to defined contribution plans. She has a focused expertise in providing fiduciary liability management, investment consulting, vendor evaluation, and financial wellness strategy to corporate and not-for-profit retirement plans.
Before joining Mercer in 2005, she served as Regional Vice President of Great-West Retirement Services in Orlando, FL overseeing the client management and business development responsibilities for the Southeast US defined contribution clients.
ALISON V. DOUGLASS
Alison, a partner in Goodwin’s Financial Industry and ERISA Litigation practices, focuses her practice on a wide array of complex commercial litigation, primarily in the areas of ERISA, mutual fund and securities litigation. She has been selected for inclusion to Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business in ERISA Litigation since 2014, recognized by The Legal 500 and named a “Rising Star” by Law & Politics and Boston magazine.