Come join Brad Campbell, courtesy of Federated Hermes, for what promises to be a very timely and informative webcast just when we all need it the most!
Our April presentation will be brought to you virtually, courtesy of ERISApedia.com. Each attendee should register and log into the webinar individually to watch and listen to the presentation and receive 2 hours of CE Credit. Listening by phone or in a group will not qualify for CE credit.
SECURE Act & COVID-19 Update
The last four months brought a whirlwind of change for employers and their retirement plans. Already grappling with the implications of the SECURE Act, we are now faced with unexpected changes to ERISA and labor laws passed just a few weeks ago in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. In this Webinar, Mr. Campbell will discuss the short-term items employers and retirement plans need to consider, such as new plan loan and hardship withdrawal provisions, funding issues, potential DOL filing relief, employee leave requirements, and tax issues associated with these changes. He will also discuss the key provisions of the SECURE Act that will affect plan sponsors, including the new plan structure offered by Pooled Employer Plans (PEPs), the new lifetime income rules, the required eligibility of long-term part-time employees and more. Join us for an overview of the new employee benefits environment (and any additional changes that happen between now and then!)
About Brad Campbell:
Bradford Campbell, partner at Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, advises financial service providers and plan sponsors on ERISA Title I issues, including fiduciary conduct and prohibited transactions. A nationally-recognized figure in employer-sponsored retirement plans, Brad is the former Assistant Secretary of Labor for Employee Benefits and head of the Employee Benefits Security Administration. As ERISA’s former “top cop” and primary federal regulator, he provides his clients with insight and knowledge across a broad range of ERISA-plan related issues. He also serves as an expert witness in ERISA litigation. Brad has been listed as one of the 100 Most Influential Persons in Defined Contribution by 401kWire and has been listed as one of the top 15 ERISA attorneys in the country by a poll of the National Association of Plan Advisors. He has testified before Congress on employee benefits issues 11 times, including testimony before four different Congressional Committees regarding the effects of the Department of Labor’s fiduciary regulation.
PECA would like to thank our Sponsor for this event, Chris Minton and Federated Hermes