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Reinhart associate Jessica Culotti discusses her work in the firm’s Employee Benefits Practice with the Wisconsin Law Journal.
Reinhart Shareholder Keith Johnson co-authored the chapter “Public Pension Fund Governance: Alignment of Responsibility with Authority” in One of a Kind! A Practical Guide for 21st Century Public Pension Trustees.
Six Reinhart attorneys have been named new shareholders.
This article identifies two common issues with fee transparency in the private equity industry and examines the Institutional Limited Partners Association’s (“ILPA”) Fee Reporting Template as one way to improve fee transparency.
The DOL’s new guidance for ERISA plans withdraws prior guidance and supports ERISA plans in voting proxies, engaging with companies and incorporating environmental, social and governance factors into decision-making. ERISA plans may wish to review and update their proxy voting policies, statements of investment policy and investment manager contracts to reflect the new guidance.
Endowment fiduciaries should be attentive to the evolution of the investment industry knowledge base and to changes in the environment, economy and society, which can be material to short- or long-term investment risks and opportunities. There are new opportunities to pursue sustainable and mission-aligned investment without sacrificing results. Fiduciary duty principles and recent regulatory guidance encourage endowment trustees and managers to respond to these developments through a prudent process that focuses on better aligning investment practices with their nonprofit institution’s goals and mission.