ACPM membership represents over 400 organizations and retirement income plans that cover more than 3 million plan members.

ACPM is a national, non-profit organization acting as the informed voice of plan sponsors, administrators and their service providers in advocating for improvement to the Canadian retirement income system.

The 1st issue of The Observer for 2017 is online now! This special publication will be of interest to plan sponsors, administrators, trustees and service providers.
ADVOCACY

Decumulation, The Next Critical Frontier: Improvements for Defined Contribution
and Capital Accumulation Plans

ACPM-Submission-to-Ontario Ministry of Finance-re-AMP-Regulations
ACPM-Submission-to-Ontario-on-Proposed-Special-orders-by-the-Superintendent
ACPM-Response-to-Regulations-Amending-the-PBSR-1985
ACPM-Submission-on-Ontario-Budget-Bill-127

ACPM-Submission-to-the-Public-Consultation-on-the-Quebec-Pension-Plan
ACPM-Response-to-Ontario-Solvency-Funding-Consultation

ACPM Target Benefit Plan Supplemental Paper
ACPM Principles for Mandatory Public Pension Plans


For more, click HERE


EVENTS

ACPM Webinar - Presented by Northern Trust
Blockchain:  Innovation and Opportunity
Monday, July 17, 2017
10:00am–11:00am CST; 11:00am-12:00Noon ET
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HERE for more information

2017 ACPM National Conference
Mountains of Opportunity: Innovating to Reach New Heights
Banff, Alberta
Fairmont Banff Springs
September 12-14, 2017
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HERE for more information

NEWS & INFORMATION

CPPIB reaps almost 12% investment return as opportunities beckon in the U.S.
Ontario Prepares an Overhaul of Pension Funding Obligations
90% of Canadians would pay more for predictable retirement income
At Bombardier, pension fund activism takes flight
Bridging the pension gender gap
As Canada goes grey, young outnumber old in Alberta
Ontario DB plans see slight improvement in financial picture
In an aging Canada, women need to save more than men
StatCan says rapidly aging population still yields 'demographic dividends'
Canadian DC plan retirees will have options, but education needed
Employers have cut younger workers' pay to fund pensions they will never see (UK)
Report: Teacher Pension Promises Not Kept (US)
DuPont Boosts Pension by $2.9 Billion (US)
Defined benefit schemes in the new super world (AU)
Calculating pension transfer values (UK)
Updated mortality tables are raising concerns (US)