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An investment fiduciary is someone who is managing the assets of another person and stands in a special relationship of trust, confidence, and/or legal responsibility.
Anyone who manages, administers, or offers advice about your company’s retirement plan may be defined as a fiduciary under the law, based on the duties they perform. Plan fiduciaries are personally liable for plan management and performance.
The term investment fiduciary applies to three distinct groups:
Fiduciary responsibilities may be shared among these entities, but the responsibilities may not be abdicated. A fiduciary is always “on the hook” for responsibilities to the Plan.
Investment Stewards, generally with the assistance of Investment Advisors, have primary responsibility for effective management of the investment process, including faithful adherence to investment fiduciary practices, The Investment Steward is responsible for managing the overall.
In addition to assessments, we can help you:
This is how Stonegate's fiduciary consultants can work with you.