ERISA Revenue Sharing Arrangements: Avoiding Plan Asset Status, Complying With Due Diligence Requirements
Best Practices for Utilization of Excess Payments, Contract Negotiations, Allocation of Credits to Plan Participants and More
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide ERISA counsel with the tools necessary to guide fiduciary clients in the governance of revenue sharing arrangements. Our experienced panel will provide best practices in utilization of excess payments, contract negotiation and 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?
Marcia S. Wagner
Wagner Law Group
Ms. Wagner is recognized as an expert in a variety of employee benefits issues and executive compensation matters,... | Read More
Ms. Wagner is recognized as an expert in a variety of employee benefits issues and executive compensation matters, including qualified and non-qualified retirement plans, all forms of deferred compensation, and welfare benefit arrangements. She was appointed to the IRS Tax Exempt & Government Entities Advisory Committee and is a past Chair of its Employee Plans subcommittee. Ms. Wagner has written hundreds of articles and 14 books and is widely quoted in business publications as well as being a frequent guest on televised media outlets.Close
Philip J. Koehler, Esq.
Founder and CEO
ERISA Fiduciary Administrators
Mr. Koehler is a highly experienced ERISA attorney, having practiced in large law firms, e.g. Morrison & Foerster... | Read More
Mr. Koehler is a highly experienced ERISA attorney, having practiced in large law firms, e.g. Morrison & Foerster LLP, and two of the final four accounting firms, Deloitte and KPMG. He has advised thousands of plan sponsors regarding all aspects of their retirement plans and executive compensation programs. Early in his career, he was a pension underwriter for large insurance companies and managed several third party administration firms. He is Professor of Qualified Pension and Profit Sharing Plans and Executive Compensation at the Chapman University School of Law.Close
Joshua J. Waldbeser
Drinker Biddle & Reath
Mr. Waldbeser counsels plan sponsors and committees with respect to their fiduciary responsibilities under ERISA, as... | Read More
Mr. Waldbeser counsels plan sponsors and committees with respect to their fiduciary responsibilities under ERISA, as well as design and operational considerations for 401(k) plans, ESOPs and other defined contribution plans, cash balance and traditional defined benefit plans, and deferred compensation arrangements of all types. He also works extensively with insurance companies, investment advisors and funds, banks and trust companies, broker-dealers, record keepers, TPAs and other service providers with respect to ERISA, tax, securities and other compliance matters, including investment and fiduciary issues, as well as prohibited transactions and exemptions. In addition, he works extensively with tax-exempt and governmental employers with respect to 403(b) and 457 plans.Close
Brian C. Hubbell, AIF
Mr. Hubbell has over 30 years of experience exclusively in the field of employer sponsored retirement plans. He began... | Read More
Mr. Hubbell has over 30 years of experience exclusively in the field of employer sponsored retirement plans. He began his career in the Pension Investment Division of Mutual of New York, then joined the consulting firm of Findley Davies where he was the Practice Leader for the firm’s retirement consulting practice. He established his firm dedicated to corporate retirement plan consulting, including investment counsel, plan compliance/design, and employee retirement outcomes.Close