CPBI Hall of Fame

2013 CPBI Hall of Fame

Larry Baldwin-Laurence Coward


Larry Baldwin was a member of the CPBI from 1960 to 1966 and served as a panelist on Equity Investments at the 9th Meeting of the Canadian Pension Conference in 1963. He also chaired the 17th Meeting of the Canadian Pension Conference in 1964. Mr Baldwin was the author of two books, A Study of Canadian Pension Plans and Profit Sharing Plans in Canada.

Laurence Coward was a member of the CPBI since 1960 and was awarded a lifetime membership after serving as President of the CPBI from 1963-1965. He also served as a panelist on Pension Benefits at the 25th Meeting of the Canadian Pension Conference in 1966 as well as chaired the 28th Meeting of the Canadian Pension Conference in 1967. In 1994, Mr. Coward was commissioned to write the history of the CPBI as a means of commemorating thirty-five years of successful operations.

In this photos from left to right - Kevin Press, Jane Vining-Coward and Michael Coward

Jane Vining-Coward and Michael Coward, daughter and son of Laurence Coward were present to accept the award and took a moment to share with those who were present a portrait of Michael Coward an industry professional known for his vision and his dedication to work but most importantly a loving father, who shared with his children his love for music and nature.

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CPBI Saskatchewan Summer Newsletter
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In case you missed it… “Fuduciary Duty” – as an Ingredient of the Pension “Mélange”
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Greg Harding, QC and Taylor Woolsey of Field Law, presented Fiduciary Duty – as an Ingredient of the Pension “Mélange” at the Calgary CPBI lunch session on June 15th. The “Pension Mélange” is a unique blend of many different areas, including governing legislation, plan provisions, common law and interpretive guidelines.

 
In case you missed it… Drug Plan Management
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