ERISA Revenue Sharing Arrangements: Addressing Possible Plan Assets Status, Pursuing Due Diligence
Utilization of Excess Payments, Contract Negotiations, Allocation of Credits to Plan Participants, and More
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide ERISA counsel with the tools necessary to guide fiduciary clients in connection with the review and negotiation of revenue sharing arrangements. Our experienced panel will address issues surrounding the utilization of excess payments, contract negotiation, credit allocation to plan participants, and more.
- Revenue sharing arrangements and plan asset status
- Fiduciary due diligence requirements
- Best practices
- Revenue sharing contractual terms
- Calculation of revenue sharing payments
- Reporting requirements
- ERISA account tracking
- Utilization of excess revenue sharing payments
- Allocation to plan participants
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- How should revenue sharing agreements be drafted so that revenue sharing payments are not considered plan assets?
- What are the fiduciary due diligence requirements related to revenue sharing agreements?
- What are the best practices in utilizing excess revenue payments and credit allocation to plan participants?
Richard K. Matta
Groom Law Group
Mr. Matta's experience includes advising large plan fiduciaries, financial institutions and investment... | Read More
Mr. Matta's experience includes advising large plan fiduciaries, financial institutions and investment professionals in connection with the structuring and marketing of investment products and financial services to benefit plans and other tax-exempt investors. Mr. Matta focuses on the intersection of ERISA Title I (and similar laws applicable to governmental plans) with securities, tax, corporate and banking laws as they relate to financial products and financial services.Close
Andrew L. Oringer
Mr. Oringer is co-chair of his firm's ERISA and Executive Compensation group, and leads the firm’s... | Read More
Mr. Oringer is co-chair of his firm's ERISA and Executive Compensation group, and leads the firm’s national fiduciary practice in New York. He counsels clients on their employee benefit plans and programs, benefits-related tax matters and fiduciary issues arising in connection with the investment of employee benefit plan assets. His practice includes advising clients regarding ERISA and employee benefits generally, including 401(k) and other retirement plans as well as medical and other welfare plans. His advice to clients encompasses all aspects of corporate transactions and initial public offerings in which benefits and compensation issues play a central part.Close