Fiduciary Duty to Hedge

Who would have thunk that a discussion about pension governance and risk management would keep audience members in their seats for nearly three hours? Yet that is what occurred on January 24, 2012 as a panel convened to discuss such weighty issues as whether companies have a fiduciary duty to hedge and whether inaction can lead to litigation.

In his opening remarks as part of a January 24, 2012 event that was hosted by the Hartford CFA Society, ERISA attorney Martin Rosenburgh cautioned that fiduciaries could find themselves open to questions for not taking steps to mitigate risks. Attorney Gordon Eng, a former litigator and now general counsel and Chief Compliance Officer for a high yield bond fund, adds that any investment decision should be supported with ample documentation that reflects a careful and thorough deliberation of the issues at hand.

For more details about this lively, topical and informative event, read "Considering a Duty to Hedge" by Christopher Faille.

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