April 23, 2014

Pension Policy Council

About the C.D. Howe Institute Pension Policy Council

The C.D. Howe Institute launched the Pension Policy Council in May 2007 to address key challenges facing Canada’s system of retirement saving, assess current developments, identify regulatory strengths and shortfalls, and make recommendations to ensure the integrity of pension earnings for the growing number of Canadians approaching retirement. The Institute gratefully acknowledges the participation of the advisory panel in the program.

Co-chairs

Claude Lamoureux, Former President & CEO of the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan
Nick Le Pan, Former Superintendent of Financial Institutions, Canada

Members

Keith AmbachtsheerRotman International Centre for Pension Management, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
Bob Baldwin
Randy Bauslaugh, Partner, McCarthy Tetrault
Leo de Bever, Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo)
Steve Bonnar
Sylvie Charest, Scotiabank
Peter Drake, Fidelity Investments
Brian FitzGerald, Capital G Consulting Inc.
Paul Forestell,  Mercer 
Bruce Gordon, Manulife Financial Canada
Barry Gros, Aon Hewitt 
Malcolm Hamilton
Bryan Hocking, Association of Canadian Pension Management
Bruce Kennedy, Executive Director, B.C. Pension Corporation
Bernard Morency, Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec
TBD, Ontario Municipal Employees’ Retirement System
Jim Pesando, University of Toronto
James Pierlot, Pierlot Pension Law
Tom Reid, Sun Life Financial Inc.
Rob Ritchie, Great-West Life Assurance Company
Jeremy Rudin, Department of Finance
Tammy Schirle, Wilfrid Laurier University
Matt Smith, BMO Financial Group
Randy VanDerStarren, President, Open Access
Fred Vettese, Morneau Shepell
Barbara Zvan, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan