Learn the latest Canadian investment strategies from Canadian industry experts. This three-part video presentation package was recorded at the 48th Canadian Annual Employee Benefits Conference. Each session is 1 hour 15 minutes long.
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Public Sector Pension Plans Under Fire
Ian Lee, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Sprott School of Business, Carleton University
Paul Moist, President Emeritus, Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE)
- The purpose of valuations, 5500s and auditor reports
- Recent history of public plans
- Erosion of retirement security
- Portrayal of public pensions in the media
- Preserving public pension plans
- Role of Expanded CPP and ORPP
- What does the future hold?
Macro View of Public Sector Long Term Disability Plans
John Y. Trieu, CEBS, Partner, Morneau Shepell
Long-term disability (LTD) plans are an integral part of total compensation, particularly in the Canadian public sector. This session will:
- Provide an overview of the various delivery models within Canada
- Highlight qualitative and quantitative approaches to program management
- Explore general trends affecting public sector disability plans.
Sustainability of Public Sector Pension Plans
Jeremy Bell, CFA, FCIA, FSA, and Gregory M. Heise, FCIA, FSA, both Partners at George & Bell Consulting, Inc
This session will provide a discussion of government-provided retirement programs (e.g., CPP and OAS) and public sector pensions from around the developed world:
- Benefit levels
- Prevalent actuarial assumptions and funding
- Investment strategies
- A summary of major recent and proposed changes.