Lessons to learn from other industries' disclosure experiences
Those concerned about the upcoming retirement fee disclosure regs might compare and contrast the experiences of the auto, food and even tobacco industry and their dealings with a more open climate.
By Andy Stonehouse|June 20, 2012 at 12:54 PM
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As the days get closer and closer to that elusive first deadline for plan sponsor fee disclosures – and the sure-to-be-exciting moment of truth for participant disclosures – it might be a good time to take a broader look at both the good and bad of similar experiences in other industries that have gone through a government-regulated “parting of the curtains.”
Those of us attending SPARK’s national conference in D.C. earlier this week got a hopeful (but equally unnerving) dose of compare and contrast of the real-world impact of federally mandated clarity in industries including the auto business, the pharmaceutical business and even the much-beloved tobacco industry, courtesy of Cynthia Hayes, president of Oculus Partners LLC.
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