A few weeks ago, I blogged on the important role that the Securities Compliance Officer may play in 408(b)(2) compliance. I touched on some of the securities rules which apply to retirement plans outside of the executive compensation context. Attached is a more htorough explanation of those rules, which can hopefully be useful as we attempt to wend our way through this changng regualtory landscape. The article I wrote for the “Practical Compliance and Risk Management for the Securities Industry” March-April issue, is entitled “Securties Rules for Retirement Plans.”
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