Washington DC Update with Brad Campbell
Thursday, December 2, 2021
In year one of the Biden presidency, the administration moved quickly to chart its own course on the retirement landscape. Join our discussion as ERISA expert Brad Campbell shares the very latest on major topics with important implications for plan fiduciaries:
- ESG Investments in Retirement Plans
- SECURE Act 2.0
- Tax Proposals Affecting Retirement Benefits
- The Fiduciary Rule
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