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FFemale
FFailure
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FFahrenheit
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FFast (logic integrated circuits)
FFront
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FFord Motor Company (stock symbol)
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FRegistration (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
FForward
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FFine (book condition)
FFunction
FFrankfurt (German auto license plates)
FFixed
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FFlag
FFellow
FFlat (welding position)
FFog (weather teports)
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FForte (music)
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FFailing Grade
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FFloat (C programming language)
FFoul (baseball)
FFable (video game)
FFelony
FFolio
FFrancs
FFiduciary (IRB)
FFlight Inspection
FFujita (tornado intensity scale, ranging from F1 to F5)
FFoxtrot
FFluorine
FFleer (baseball card manufacturer)
FPhenylalanine (amino acid)
FBioavailability (fraction of drug reaching systemic circulation)
FFarad
FFuze
FFlunked
FFlunk
FFishing Mortality (fisheries population dynamics)
FFemto- (10^-15, SI Prefix)
FFunctor (abstract algebra)
FFroude Number
FFaraday Constant
FFunctional Distribution
FFilial Generation (genetics)
FFlare Patterns (US DoD)
FFairchild Aircraft Limited (manufacturer's symbol; Canada)
FFsmart (China)
FFrequency of Lifting
FFederal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Georgia (designates original point of circulation of a dollar bill)
FFisher's F Ratio (statistics; usually written in italics)
FF Sub-Shell (fourth outer subshell of an electron shell)
FCleared to Fix
FAt City Shop for Repairs (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
FUndenominated United States Stamp (29 cents, introduced 3 Feb 1991)
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That communication could be viewed as a suggestion that the prospective client invest in the ABC fund-in other words, it could be a fiduciary investment recommendation.
This communication would be viewed as fiduciary investment advice.
This recommendation is fiduciary investment advice.
There probably isn't much potential damage to plans if they don't know -- for a limited time period -- that their advisor is a fiduciary.
Also, as I read it, the new relief may not apply where the advisor/broker-dealer was already acting as a functional fiduciary prior to June 9," which is when the rule's Impartial Conduct Standards became effective.
Many plan fiduciaries are increasingly retaining fiduciary advisors that specialize in ERISA risk management services.
ERISA provides remedies to plan participants that can cause in-house plan fiduciaries to be individually and personally liable to make good on plan losses, to restore profits, and to provide any other equitable or remedial relief, including the removal of plan fiduciaries [section 502(a)(2)], In addition to financial damages, settlements have required plan fiduciaries to retain an independent fiduciary, improve plan governance processes, and exercise greater care in fund and share class selection.
A number of difficulties and misunderstandings have arisen as a result of the misapplication of fiduciary law and its principles.
It is suggested here that the fiduciary concept is one of those exceptions because of its complexity and the continuing uncertainty over when and where it ought to apply, caused by too many improper applications of fiduciary principles.
It also clarifies that plan fiduciaries should still ensure that issues voted on will likely enhance the value of the plan's investment and that the plan fiduciary would not be viewed as subordinating the economic interests for unrelated objectives.
The DOL has made it clear that categories (1) and (2) are not subject to ERISA or the new fiduciary rule.
Nongovernmental ASS457(b) plans are generally structured as unfunded nonqualified deferred compensation plans covering only a select group of management or highly compensated employees and, as such, are exempt from the fiduciary requirements contained in Part 4 of ERISA.