Web Program on Fiduciary Responsibility Unveiled

May 22, 2002 (PLANSPONSOR.com) - Plan sponsors can earn a professional designation upon completing courses and passing a competency exam on investment fiduciary responsibility.

In association with the University of Pittsburgh Katz Graduate School of Business, The Center for Fiduciary Studies has released its first Web-based course, “Introduction to Investment Management” for its fiduciary responsibility certification program.

The two-hour introductory course is the first of a series of eight Web-based courses, which are offered as an alternative to its classroom-based programs at the University of Pittsburgh and Stetson University’s Celebration Campus in Orlando, Florida.
The center’s courses provide instruction on:

  • fiduciary standards of care
  • asset allocation
  • preparation of investment policy statements
  • manager search and due diligence
  • performance measurement
  • controlling fees and expenses.

The course qualifies for continuing education credits. The series is being developed in partnership with Acadient, Inc.

“Introduction to Investment Management” can be viewed at the Center’s Web site .

Read more at Fiduciary Fundamentals .

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