That’s a map of the New World circa 1540 by Sebastian Munster, a German cartographer. It depicts the European view about the New World and especially North America.
It’s my visual metaphor about where the 403(b) and 457 markets are now – almost three years after the final regulations became effective January 1, 2009.
The final regs have become the focal point for a new and rapidly changing 403(b) and 457 world. One in which the Old was a 40-plus year old environment characterized by limited employer involvement done on a retail basis. The New is becoming one with ERISA-like best practices in an institutional setting.
That was the theme of my presentation on October 7, 2011, a part of the course at John Marshall Law School, L.L.M. in Employee Benefits Program, “Non-Traditional Retirement Programs”, which follows:PowerPoint presentations from Jerry Kalish