Join Gallagher's senior Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) counsel and consultants for continuing education sessions that will cover investment best practices, ERISA investment safe harbors, investment policy statements, capital preservation options, cyber security, lost participants, plan fees, ERISA section 404(c) checklist, sustainable investing and more!

Fiduciary Education Resource Library

Preparing for a DOL or IRS Audit of Your Retirement Plan

In this session, Gallagher's Senior ERISA counsel and consultants walk you through what might trigger an IRS or DOL audit and steps you can take to prepare for an audit review.

Duration: 31 min

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Fiduciary Responsibilities and Committee Structure

There's more than one way to mitigate your liability as a fiduciary. This module offers guidance for creating a well-documented risk mitigation framework for the retirement plan.

Duration: 47 min

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ERISA Section 404(c) Compliance

Failure to comply with ERISA §404(c) — even though voluntary — means the employer is not insulated from liability. Learn about the steps employers should to help avoid liability.

Duration: 20 min

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Finding Missing Participants

Participants and beneficiaries for whom the plan administrator doesn't have contact details are a fiduciary responsibility. Learn how to find lost participants using DOL best practices.

Duration: 19 min

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Fiduciary Responsibilities and Market Volatility

In this session, we review what steps ERISA fiduciaries should consider in times of significant volatility in the market as well as plan governance best practices.

Duration: 34 minutes

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Understanding Plan Fees

Fiduciary stewardship responsibilities include understanding the components of plan fees, how they are allocated, their reasonableness and appropriateness of plan expenses.

Duration: 35 min

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Formulating ERISA Budgets

Learn how an ERISA budget can be used to pay plan expenses, reallocate revenue generated by the plan's investments back to participants as earnings, or some combination of both.

Duration: 16 min

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Retirement Plan Cybersecurity

In this session, we review what steps ERISA fiduciaries should consider and best practices for retirement plan cybersecurity, including regulatory structure and cyber insurance.

Duration: 27 min

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