Articles tagged "Marcia Wagner"


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Who's afraid of Virginia Foxx and friends? Maybe pro-DOL forces should be but no panic yet

With nine days and counting until President Trump, Conservatives deploy fresh troops in Washington with guns trained on the DOL rule

January 12, 2017 — 12:49 AM UTC

Mum on DOL rule, Labor chief appointee Andy Puzder's 'check-the-box' 401(k) plan at CKE Restaurants speaks volumes

The expensive Mercer-advised pension plan has low participation rates, low balances, no matches and few assets overall

December 13, 2016 — 8:50 PM UTC

The DOL rule is DOA -- and that's just the beginning, says RIA champion Brian Hamburger, law school chum of odds-on chief of staff Reince Priebus

Another Trump advisor, hedge fund biggie Anthony Scaramucci, says the DOL rule is a goner along with other post-'08 consumer firewalls -- but fiduciary advocates see one last bulwark: BICE

November 11, 2016 — 5:29 PM UTC

In new wrinkle, ERISA complaint of Edward Jones employees centers on failure to offer yield-chasing money market alternative

The 401(k) lawsuit in the name of 38,000 participants resumes the parade of lawsuits against the giant broker-dealer based on revenue sharing arrangements

September 6, 2016 — 6:04 PM UTC

Will the alternative assets Intel added to its 401(k) plan backfire legally as well as financially?

New lawsuit alleges that spicing the DC plans with $2.5 billion of bets on de facto dark pools of 'shudder'-worthy alternatives cost participants hundreds of millions of dollars

November 12, 2015 — 8:55 PM UTC

Stealing the FPA show, 'rock star' Marcia Wagner sounds four-alarm fire drill on DOL's onrushing fiduciary rule -- especially one arising from a stumper of a rollover provision

Is there more than one way to be a fiduciary? Yup. Think the rule doesn't apply to your non-401(k) practice and won't affect your fees? Think again, warned the lawyer at the FPA conference in Boston

October 1, 2015 — 9:24 PM UTC

How 12(b)-1 fees and revenue sharing may be the real victims of Monday's 'narrow' Supreme Court ruling

By unanimous decision, a conservative nine showed no tolerance for retail mutual fund share classes that achieve such status with fat fees that directly or indirectly pay 401(k) administration freight

May 20, 2015 — 4:18 PM UTC

Why exactly DOL's latest action is so shocking to so many brokers -- and even ERISA lawyers -- despite years of warnings

Brokers managing IRA assets never imagined they'd need to make a written promise to do right by investors

April 20, 2015 — 5:42 PM UTC
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