ERISA Fidelity Bond

The Difference Between ERISA bond / fidelity bond / fiduciary bond

An ERISA bond is essentially an amended fidelity bond. All fidelity bonds respond to claims involving dishonest acts on the part of the employer or employees. The ERISA bond, sometimes referred to as a "fiduciary bond," pays claims directly to the plan participants. The fidelity bond pays the claims of the firm which rise from the dishonest acts of the firm’s employees.



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