• Thought Leadership for Public Pension Policy
  • Plan Architecture & Design
  • Pension Advocacy & Consulting
Our Focus is to Highlight Best Practices for Prudent
and Effective Plan Governance
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Gregory Seller Consulting, LLC

Thought Leadership for Public Pension Policy

Managing a public pension program in an effective and prudent manner is a requirement (and not just a goal) especially if you are a fiduciary to the plan. If you make decisions on selecting plan vendors, services, investment options and consultants, it is likely you are a fiduciary.

As a fiduciary, you are required to manage the plan "in the best interests of plan participants and their beneficiaries." The Gregory Seller Consulting practice is focused on highlighting the best (and in some instances, the "not so best") practices used by fiduciaries to manage public programs effectively.

Information and opinions on this site are for information and education purposes only, and are not legal or tax advice.