|J.P. Morgan Agrees to Settle Stable Value Funds Suit|
The firm has agreed to pay $75 million to settle litigation brought by multiple retirement plan participants alleging J.P. Morgan invested its stable value funds in risky assets.
|SECURE Act Passes House, Bringing Calls for Senate Collaboration|
Reflecting on the much-anticipated House vote, Kevin Walsh, principal with Groom Law Group, said today is an important day for the retirement industry, but it’s not the end of the story.
|Individuals, Employers and Government All Play a Part in Retirement Readiness|
A new research report and Catherine Collinson, with Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies, lay out steps all three can take to improve retirement confidence and readiness in America.
|Participant Loans: A Fiduciary Storm Brewing?|
|Bruce Ashton, with Drinker Biddle & Reath, discusses the fiduciary risk defined contribution (DC) plan sponsors could face when participants default on plan loans.|
|What to Know About Financial Audits Filed with Form 5500s|
|Plan sponsors required to file a financial audit along with their Form 5500 should know how regulators use the information and how to pick the best auditor.|