Collective Investment Trusts in Employee Retirement Plans
Navigating SEC and New DOL Regulations and Mitigating Litigation Risks
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide ERISA and benefits counsel with an update on current regulatory and marketplace developments in CITs in retirement and other benefit plans. The panel will discuss the impact of recent litigation on collective investment trusts and outline compliance and risk mitigation strategies.
- Overview of marketplace trends in collective trust funds
- Regulatory developments (DOL and SEC) in collective trust funds
- Impact of recent litigation on collective trust funds
- Compliance and risk mitigation strategies
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- How do CITs compare with registered mutual funds?
- What are the regulatory considerations in establishing and operating CITs?
- What are recent trends in ERISA litigation relating to CITs?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
James O. Fleckner
Mr. Fleckner is a nationally recognized leader in the field of ERISA litigation and heads the firm’s ERISA... | Read More
Mr. Fleckner is a nationally recognized leader in the field of ERISA litigation and heads the firm’s ERISA Litigation Practice. He focuses on complex commercial litigation, representing financial service providers and corporate clients in ERISA, securities and derivative class actions and in private civil litigation. He is renowned as a lecturer and author on ERISA and related litigation topics, and has presented at over 40 conferences across the U.S.Close
Thomas J. LaFond
He structures and implements investment products and services. He also represents clients before federal and state... | Read More
He structures and implements investment products and services. He also represents clients before federal and state banking and securities regulators in securities lending and other matters.Close
Scott A. Webster
He represents financial service organizations and other fiduciaries concerning issues arising in connection with the... | Read More
He represents financial service organizations and other fiduciaries concerning issues arising in connection with the investment of employee benefit plan assets, including fiduciary, investment and prohibited transaction matters. He has been extensively involved in establishing and operating collective investment vehicles, including VCOCs and REOCs.Close