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    Changes in the Money Market Fund Rules: The Retirement Plan Fiduciary Response

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    Changes in the Money Market Fund Rules: The Fiduciary Response

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    Please click here to review an article authored by Bruce L. Ashton of Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP sponsored by Reliance Trust in which Ashton discusses what plan fiduciaries should already be considering and subsequently asking their service providers in the context of investment changes.

    Background

    Target Audience

    Retirement plan advisors, plan sponsors, investment fiduciaries and TPAs

    Date/Time

    Tuesday, September 29, 2015, 12-1 PM ET

    Description

    SEC changes to the money market rules will almost certainly require that retirement plan fiduciaries make changes in their plan’s investments. Fiduciaries should be considering what to do about the changes and talking to their service providers now. During this session, noted ERISA attorneys Bruce L. Ashton of Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, and Larry H. Goldbrum of Reliance Trust Company,will discuss the implications of the changes and important action items for plan fiduciaries.  Time will be allowed for questions.

    Cost

    Complimentary

    Speakers

    Bruce L. Ashton is a partner in the Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Practice Group. With more than 35 years of practice, Bruce has gained wide experience representing businesses in sophisticated business transactions matters and retirement plan service providers in fulfilling their obligations under ERISA.

    Larry H. Goldbrum is SVP and director of the Reliance Trust ERISA fiduciary services team. He provides thought leadership on critical retirement plan industry issues and has more than 30 years of legal experience in the retirement and investment services industries.  Larry previously served as general counsel of The SPARK Institute.