Ontario Council Session

What does the future hold?

The CPP Enhancement
The first major re-design of the CPP in many years is set to be phased in starting in 2019 when higher employer and employee contributions kick in.  The stated intention of the enhancement is to boost retirement income in light of concerns that Canadians are not saving enough for retirement, but the full effect of the enhancement won’t be felt until the next generation of workers retires.  This creates unique challenges for employers, particularly those with workplace retirement plans. 

What are the key features of the enhancement?  How does it affect workplace retirement plans?  How will it affect employee behaviour?
Will pension plans that are now integrated or partially integrated with the existing CPP be overpaying or underpaying? Where does OAS fit into the picture?  What steps should employers take now to prepare?

Join us on March 29, 2017, to hear a panel answer these questions and more.

Allan Shapira, Principal, Aon Hewitt
Stephanie J. Kalinowski, Partner, Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP

Karen Burnett, Senior Consultant, Willis Towers Watson
DATE: Wednesday, March 29th
LOCATION: Twenty Toronto Street Conference Centre, 20 Toronto St., Toronto

7:30am–8:00am: Registration
7:30am–8:00am: Hot breakfast & Networking
8:00am–10:00am: Presentions and Q&A

To register for this special event, please click HERE.
ACPM Members = $80.00 + 13% HST = $ 90.40
Non-Members = $130.00 + 13% HST = $ 146.90
Table of Six = $480
+ 13% HST = $ 542.40

Cancellation Policy

Full refunds will be made for cancellations received via email or fax no later than 5:00pm(EDT) March 21st, 2017.
Substitutions only after this date.