Investment Committee Practices Can Be Difficult for Plan Fiduciaries.
Investment Committee Practices can be difficult for plan fiduciaries to understand. In many cases, individuals are appointed as a plan fiduciary with little or no training.
Tim VerSchure, Adjunct Lecturer at The Plan Sponsor University (TPSU) interviews Bill Arndt, Plan Fiduciary and Maintenance Supervisor at Urshel Laboratories, at the conclusion of a TPSU program held at Valparaiso University in Indiana. Mr. Arndt has six years of experience in serving on the Retirement Committee and he shares his views and insight of investment committee practices.
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