Pension and Employee Benefits Updates for 2022

Pension and Employee Benefits Updates for 2022

October 18, 2022 1:00 PM to 2:00 PMOnline - Eastern Time
Area of Interest: Pensions, Benefits Format: Web

This Online Webinar is hosted by CPBI Ontario

This session will provide an overview of key recent legislative, regulatory and caselaw updates across the country for pension and employee benefits for employers and plan administrators.  In particular, this session will cover trends in the industry as well as recent releases from the Canadian Association of Pension Supervisory Authorities, the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario, and the federal Department of Finance on a number of topics.

 
For more information, please email: [email protected] or call 877 599 1414
CE Credits

CE credits will be offered in partnership through the Institute, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and Manitoba Insurance Council. A short quiz must be completed at the conclusion of the seminar to qualify for credit.This webinar complies with CEBS CPE policy guidelines: You may be interested to report the content of the present CPBI professional development activity and apply for CPE credit.

                                                                                                                         
The session will be recorded thus in the case of internet failure or other disruption, will available to you on-demand post event.

Are you attending several sessions? It may be worth it to renew or to get a membership.

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Fees and Registration
Membership TypesRegular PricePlan Sponsor Price
Regular membership$25.00 CDN$25.00 CDN
Plan Sponsor Individual Membership$25.00 CDN$25.00 CDN
Associate$25.00 CDN$25.00 CDN
Student$15.00 CDN -
Non Member$40.00 CDN$40.00 CDN
Member PriceNon Member Price
Virtual Table of 4 of 4$90.00 CDN$140.00 CDN
Virtual Table of 6 of 6$125.00 CDN$200.00 CDN
Virtual Table of 8 of 8$160.00 CDN$250.00 CDN
Cancellation Policy

SPEAKERS:

Caroline Helbronner

Partner, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

Caroline has practised exclusively in the areas of pensions, benefits and executive compensation for over 30 years. She advises on all aspects of the implementation, administration, funding, taxation and wind-up of pension, group benefit, profit-sharing and deferred compensation arrangements.

Caroline has deep experience advising clients in respect of pension, tax, trust and benefit issues arising in connection with cross-border situations, corporate transactions, loan agreements, insolvencies and compliance disputes. Her practice also focuses on pension investment, governance and fiduciary matters. She has advised plan sponsors on de-risking strategies, including buy-in and buy-out annuities, and has extensive experience advising clients on pension plan mergers, including mergers with jointly sponsored pension plans.

Caroline’s clients include private and public sector pension plan sponsors and administrators, financial institutions and service providers.

Adam Ngan
Partner, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

Adam's practice covers all aspects of pensions, benefits and executive compensation law, including plan administration, governance, investment, design and taxation. He also advises on the pensions and employee benefits aspects of corporate transactions. Adam provides legal services to both public- and private-sector pension plan sponsors and administrators.
Maggie Carmichael
Associate, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

Maggie’s practice focuses on all aspects of pensions, benefits, and executive compensation law.  Maggie advises clients on matters including plan administration, governance, design, taxation, and termination.  She has experience working with sponsors and administrators of both federally and provincially regulated defined benefit and defined contribution pension plans.  Maggie also advises on pension, other benefit, and equity and deferred compensation aspects of corporate transactions.
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