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Will plan sponsors implement private equity in 401(k) plans, now that theDepartment of Labor has opened the door with its recentguidance?

Not necessarily, says Faegre Drinker partner and ERISA attorneyFred Reish. "Plan fiduciaries tend to be relatively slow to take upchanges," he told BenefitsPRO. "Most plan fiduciaries aren'tordinarily looking for the new thing. They wait and see if othersare adopting it."

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C.J. Marwitz

C.J. Marwitz is a writer and editor.