Fiduciary Services and Retirement Plan Oversight
The primary retirement savings vehicle for most Americans is their workplace retirement plan. As a result, your plan and how you manage it will continue to be under intense scrutiny – not only from participants, but also from regulatory bodies charged with protecting investors’ interests.
Norton Financial provides fiduciary services whereby we can share much of this management burden with you, helping you to navigate the changing landscape, manage the associated risks, and ensure that you’re up-to-date on the latest requirements. You’ll rest easy knowing we’re helping to keep your plan well-managed and everything well-documented.
Professional Financial Advisors
Norton requires all of its advisors to obtain either the Accredited Investment Fiduciary® (AIF®) or Chartered Retirement Plan Specialist® (CRPS®) designation prior to serving in a fiduciary capacity. This means you can feel confident that our approach is based on:
- Experience in complex plan design concepts
- A thorough understanding of legislative issues
- Best practices and the fiduciary role
- A commitment to standards of investment fiduciary excellence
Moreover, as a commitment to deliver you and your employees only the highest level of professionalism and service, we require that our internal support team be securities registered and have a specific focus on retirement plans.
Let Us Help You Stay on Course
Norton Financial Services can work with you in whatever capacity makes sense for your firm. We would be pleased to handle one or more aspects on a project basis or to provide more comprehensive management of your entire program. Either way, we’ll create an action plan to address whatever you and your plan participants need. Whether it’s enhanced investment options and advice, improved educational resources, cost management, or sharing of fiduciary responsibilities.
We look forward to helping you in whatever way you wish–and in providing the strategic advantage that helps you hold a steady course in a changing environment.
Will your current investment broker go to bat for you if there’s a problem with your 401(k) retirement plan? If not, perhaps it’s time for a new conversation. Perhaps it’s time to talk with Norton.