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The information and details below are from the Fall 2012 programs, for reference only. 2013 program information and online registration will be available here about August 2013.
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ERISA Workshop 2012
Benefits professionals are becoming increasingly aware that keeping plans compliant means more than keeping plans qualified. Those running and serving the plan must also comply with newly expanded ERISA requirements. This year’s ERISA Workshop can help you stay up-to-date on both qualification and fiduciary rules.
This program addresses the thorny issues of brokerage accounts and the effect of evolving DOL guidelines on participant-directed plans. It also analyzes the problems of rehired employees and shows how IRS and court decisions are affecting the plan review process.
The workshop also covers the latest guidance from government agencies, including dealing with changes to the participant fee disclosures. Plus, we provide a one-hour discussion of ethics to help attendees comply with the continuing education requirements of government agencies and professional societies.
Register today for SunGard’s ERISA Workshop – where pension professionals look to get the information, analysis and solutions they need to help keep their plans compliant.
Who Should Attend
The ERISA Workshop is designed for practitioners who have some experience working with retirement plans in general, and experience with 401(k) plans, in particular, is a plus. The less-experienced practitioner also will benefit from the programs by learning how to spot important issues for further investigation.
This program is designed to benefit all pension practitioners, including third party administrators, attorneys, accountants, human resources personnel, actuaries, trust officers, insurance agents, and others involved with qualified plan design, compliance, administration, and government reporting.
Upon completion of this Workshop, an attendee should be able to: