Last week, the Department of Labor released its final guideline on what it means to be a fiduciary and on issues of interest. Virtually everyone in the pension plan industry has been scurrying going to determine what the result of the guideline is. Some, like the US Chamber of Commerce, say it’ll lead to unnecessary litigation.
Others say it’ll drive knowledgeable advisers out of the retirement plan business. If you’re interested in the details of that rules, every large consulting firm, law firm, and recordkeeper either have or will be submitting their undertake it. Here, however, I want to address a different concern. That’s not a low bar. Instead of mentioning situations that arise from the last new regulations (the other articles will present you with all those that you need), let’s instead consider an age group-old problem.
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Suppose your organization sponsors a defined benefit plan and you are on the committee that oversees the plan. You decide to do have a quandary, not? 1 will help you maximize your incentive pay. 1 would have obtained some votes. 1 are you fulfilling your obligations as a fiduciary? I’m no lawyer, so I’m not going to answer that question, but I’m sure you can find many who be pleased to weigh in.
2 appears like maybe it’s better for plan participants. Of course, that is dependent on a little bit on what means in this context better. 2, you know that your incentive payout could be smaller. 2 (another question for the attorneys), are you satisfying your fiduciary requirements? 3. What lengths do you have to go to satisfy your fiduciary requirements? Do you have to make decisions that are clearly not in the best interest of the company, but which may be in the best interests of plan participants?
It’s challenging, isn’t it? Now, let’s consider a different situation that may not affect your individual compensation. 1, your business can pay PBGC premiums equal to about 10% of its free cash flow. 2, those same rates will be reduced to about 3% of free cash flow. 2. And, one does have a good romantic relationship with him really. 2 say, you can only just implement it by using them. What should you do? What should you do?
The covariance way of measuring risk added to a portfolio, still left as is, yields values that aren’t standardized. Thus, if you were told that the covariance of a stock with a proper diversified portfolio is 25%, it’s likely you have no sense of whether that is high low or average. Unlike the high low risk measure and the typical deviation, where my estimation choices were limited to a time frame and return interval, the correlation coefficient is also a function of the market or index that can be used to compute it. Having said that, the distribution yields some interesting numbers that you can use, as a non-believer in the CAPM even.