Plan sponsors will be required to fully fund any deficits on wind up
Pensions and Retirement Security
While pension risk continues to be a 'hot button' issue for many organizations, a recent survey reveals that many Canadian CFOs are less likely to see the situation as a long-term crisis
OPTrust pension plan expected to soon eliminate the Plan’s current funding deficit and have a surplus, based on double-digit returns from 2003 to 2006
The decline of DB pension plans in Canada is being exacerbated by federal laws and regulations that foster employer underfunding
Toronto (15 April 2008) – The decline of defined-benefit (DB) pension plans in Canada is being exacerbated by federal laws and regulations that foster employer underfunding, says a study released today by the C.D. Howe Institute.
Legislation designed as an incentive for the Quebec’s large number of baby boomers to keep working pass 55 to ease an impending labour shortage.
Plan facing a $12.7 billion shortfall, about 11 percent short of meeting current pension obligations.
AMO should treat paramedics the same as police and firefighters
Value of all pension funds in Canada amounted to $957.2 billion for the three-month period ending September 2007
First-ever sharehoder votes on 'say-for-pay' at Canada's big banks get strong support
SRI now growing at a much faster pace than the broader universe of all investment assets under professional management