This might sound like the start of a bad joke, but I had the opportunity to speak with a room full of accountants last week about fiduciary liability. It was not as boring as it sounds because of some really good questions raised about what constitutes sufficient diversification in defined contribution plans. 

Specifically, they asked me what a fiduciary is required to offer that would satisfy the obligation to diversify.

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