ACPM B.C. Regional Council
Monday, Dec. 5, 2022

Inflation risk considerations
for retirement plan sponsors
 and participants

Indexation of Defined Benefit (DB) pension benefits to cost-of-living increases is no longer common and where such DB plan provisions remain, they often fail to keep pace with the current inflation rate. As a result, DB plan members carry more risk and must make more choices if their pension benefits are to keep up with inflation.
Defined Contribution (DC) plan members are also not immune from the effects of rising inflation and face a different set of challenges. Join us on December 5th to hear our expert panel of speakers discuss the inflationary backdrop and the ways in which Canadian plan members can be supported to mitigate the effects of inflation on their retirement income.

Monday, Dec. 5, 2022; Vancouver, BC; Fairmont Hotel Vancouver
Carolyn Kwan, Portfolio Manager, Connor, Clark & Lunn
Neil Lloyd, Western Canadian Wealth Leader, Mercer
Dominique Roelants, Lawyer; Retired Director - Pensions, Benefits, and Special Projects, BC Nurses' Union
Andrew Janz, Vice President & Institutional Portfolio Manager, PH&N Institutional
7:30 am - 8:00 am - Hot Breakfast and Registration
8:00 am - 9:00 am - Presentations and Q&A

ACPM Members = $85.00; Non-Members = $135.00; Table of Six = $480.00;
Plan Sponsor* Member = $65.00; Plan Sponsor* Non-Member = $115.00
Plan Sponsor* Table of Six = $390.00

Non-Plan Sponsor Table of Six = $510.00
Fee does not include applicable taxes.
* = Eligible for plan sponsors, administrators, trustees and government employees 


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