Managing Director Ken Joseph, in the Disputes and Investigations practice, was quoted in a FundFire article on the SEC’s failure to specifically identify pension consultants in its annual examination priorities release.

“The absence of directly mentioning public pension consultants and the strong focus on retail investors should not indicate to institutional managers the SEC is turning a blind eye to their corner of the industry," as Ken stated. Institutional managers should focus specifically on the fees and expenses they charge, eliminating any potential conflicts of interest, sharpening their focus on valuation processes and making sure they can express how they are meeting their fiduciary duty, as Ken explained.

FundFire subscribers can access the full article here.

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