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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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ERISA Fiduciary Law for Non-Lawyers: A Clear and Comprehensive Guide to Acting Responsibl

ISBN13: 9780578048802
Published: December 2010
Publisher: Anthony A. Dreyspool
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Paperback
Price: £130.00

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This book is a vital educational tool for persons who are or may become fiduciaries under ERISA. Written by a recognized expert in the field, ERISA Fiduciary Law provides critical guidance to ERISA plan fiduciaries on how they should carry out their duties.

Readers will gain a working knowledge of the most significant issues facing an ERISA fiduciary and how to avoid liability to plan participants and beneficiaries.

The book covers important topics, such as:-

  • Who is a fiduciary
  • What are ERISA fiduciary standards of conduct
  • What are ERISA violations and what exemptions are available to cure those violations and
  • What plan governance methods should be adopted by plan fiduciaries.

      Included are illustrations, questions and answers, and important interpretations of ERISA rules issued by the US Department of Labor which provide a full description of many of the matters covered by the book.

      ERISA Fiduciary Law for Non-Lawyers should be on the desk of every person who works for a plan sponsor, including Human Resources and corporate financial officers, and is a must read for plan service providers, such as accountants and investment advisors. The author has taken highly technical information and has distilled it into easy to understand discussions of the requirements that ERISA imposes on plan fiduciaries.