Pension fund advisorsAre they filling too many roles? A look at potential conflicts of interest and whether plan sponsors have abdicated too much decision-making responsibilityBy Fred Pamenter03/26/2001|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 03/16/2001 Who or what is a pension fund advisor? In broad terms one could consider a number of entities as being advisors to a pension fund. The description could include the fund’s auditors, its lawyer, its actuary or its measuring service. This discussion will primarily deal with those organizations that at one time were referred to as “measuring services” but more recently have become commonly referred to as pension fund advisors.This group deserves attention because their mandate has had a much more significant change than those of the other groups.Evolving role To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.