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How the SECURE Act Could Change the Landscape for Retirement Plans and IRAs – Perspectives for Employers, Asset Managers and Insurance Companies

On December 20, 2019, President Trump signed into law the fiscal year 2020 spending bill, which included the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act (SECURE Act). The SECURE Act makes significant changes to the operation of private retirement plans, including: (i) allowing for unrelated employers to join together to offer a multiple employer retirement plan (referred to as an “Open MEP”); (ii) easing plan sponsors’ ability to offer in-plan annuities (and making it simple for those same annuities to be transferred to another eligible retirement plan) and (iii) allowing certain part-time workers to be eligible to participate in 401(k) plans.

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The SEC Strikes Again: Undisclosed Executive Perks & Related Person Transactions


Time to Read: 1 minutes Practices: Executive Compensation & Employee Benefits, Securities & Public Companies

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Two recent SEC enforcement actions involving executive perks and related person transactions are a reminder that disclosure deficiencies in these areas can attract SEC scrutiny. The extent to which this represents a new trend or merely the carryover of investigations started under the prior leadership remains to be seen, but the recent activities warrant renewed attention to these matters.

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