Standard & Poor's Retirement Services, the investment advisory subsidiary of Standard & Poor's Investment Services of New York, has received an exemption to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act. The exemption will safeguard it and plan sponsors who use its services against fiduciary liability.

The ERISA exemption will not necessarily result in any additional services from S&P, said John Guido, vice president of marketing and product development at S&P.

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