ASPPA Webcast: Ethics: Doing the Right Thing in Difficult Situations

Available until August 31, 2018

Speaker: David Schultz, JD, APM, FIS Relius

IRS Program Number: CZTXU-E-00786-17-O

Webcast Outline


Retirement plan professionals often find themselves in the middle of the competing financial interests of plan sponsors and participants. Determining right from wrong is not always an easy task. Personal and professional relationships, and good intentions can make it difficult to choose the right path in difficult situations. This webcast reviews the ethical standards established by the IRS and ARA/ASPPA and present real-life examples to highlight good ethical decision making.

Key Takeaways:
1. Identify situations that give rise to ethical conflicts
2. Describe the ethical principles that are at the heart of our professional codes of conduct
3. Determine the appropriate manner to resolve ethical conflicts

Registration Deadlines: 
On-Demand: 8/31/2018

CE Credit: 2 ARA Ethics, 2 ERPA Ethics, 2 JBEA Core, 2 JBEA Ethics

About the Speaker

David Schultz is a Product Manager, Educator, and Attorney with FIS Relius in Atlanta, GA. He joined Relius in 2015 with 20 years of experience in the retirement plan industry, including service as an ERISA attorney, owner of a TPA and recordkeeper, an investment adviser focused on qualified plans, and fiduciary consultant. David is the past Chair for the Administrative Relations Subcommittee and 401(k) Subcommittee of ASPPA’s Government Affairs Committee.

Individual Viewer Additional Viewers 
ASPPA Member: $115  ASPPA Member: $45 
Non-Member: $190  Non-Member: $70 


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