Center for Fiduciary Management

Center for Fiduciary Management (CFFM), a software as a service company provides investment monitoring services for the retirement plan industry through its Fiduciary investment Reporting Manager (FiRM). FiRM has supported advisors, record-keepers, and other retirement plan specialists with a blend of custom and packaged web services; providing analysis of plan investment choices and presentation-ready reports for plan sponsor reviews.

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Larry Marshall
President, Center for Fiduciary Management
Larry Marshall is the President of Center for Fiduciary Management (CFFM), a software and service company providing fiduciary monitoring services for the retirement plans industry through its Fiduciary investment Reporting Manager (FiRM). FiRM has supported advisors, record-keepers and other retirement plan specialists with marketing or monitoring on over 13,000 retirement plans since its launch in 2004. Larry serves his customers with a blend of custom and packaged web services providing simple-to-use online features combined with easy to present reports for plan sponsor investment committees. Leading the launch of an all new modular version of FiRM in 2010, customers now benefit from greater flexibility in product configuration, customer branding, document collation, and customer proprietary features. Prior to taking over the day-to-day operations of CFFM, Larry spent 13 years in management consulting with firms like Accenture, a $15 billion management and technology consulting firm. As an executive level manager and director, he evaluated business capabilities and created strategies to grow value. Larry managed execution of multi-million dollar operation and technology programs to achieve positive business results for client organizations of Fortune 500 companies.


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