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Hiring, Firing and Monitoring 401(k) Service Providers
Thursday, December 12, 2013
11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Phoenix Country Club
7th Street and Thomas Road
This luncheon has been approved for ERPA credit. Register now to attend and receive your ERPA credits.
Hiring and firing 401(k) service providers is an inevitability that every employer must deal with eventually. Depending upon the circumstances, these decisions are likely fiduciary acts, with wide ranging implications from investments to fees. So how should a committee properly exercise its duties in this area? Our speaker will review the best practices surrounding service provider selection and monitoring, including the changing provider marketplace, managing an RFP, when to renegotiate, etc.
Mike J. Malone
Mr. Malone is the founder and managing director of MJM401k, an independent 401k plan consulting firm. Prior to MJM401k, he served as a director and consultant with both regional and national retirement plan consulting firms.
Mr. Malone is a Certified Pension Consultant (CPC) with the American Society of Pension Professionals & Actuaries (ASPPA), and is an Accredited Investment Fiduciary Analyst™ (AIFA). He was the 2011 401(k) Advisor Leadership Award recipient, a national award sponsored by Morningstar, Inc. and the American Society of Pension Professionals & Actuaries. He is a Past-President and a past board member of the Western Pension & Benefits Conference, as well as a member of various other employee benefits professional groups. He is a past-member of ASPPA's Government Affairs Committee and past-Chairman of its Committee on IRS Enforcement. For over twenty-five years, he has been a frequent author and lecturer throughout the US at industry conferences on 401k and pension topics, and has provided expert testimony to the ERISA Advisory Council at the Department of Labor. His 401k plan consulting experience covers hundreds of corporate clients and tens of thousands of plan participants.
Originally a Connecticut native, Mr. Malone received his degree in business with honors from Providence College in Rhode Island. He and his wife Ann and their seven children reside in Phoenix, Arizona.
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