Our members are dedicated professionals that provide their expertise through participation in National Committees and Councils as well as specific subcommittees and task forces that address emerging retirement issues.
Utilizing the perspective of dedicated volunteers, ACPM provides submissions, comments and guidance to governments and regulatory bodies at the federal, provincial and territorial levels in Canada.
There are three levels of General Individual Membership:
Individual engaged and/or interested in the retirement income industry
Persons who no longer are fully employed in the retirement income and/or employee benefits industry who wish to retain their affiliation with the Association. This includes individuals who are currently in temporary employment transition. Once an individual resumes full-time employment, their non-active membership would revert to an Active Class membership at the time of membership renewal.
Persons who are not currently working in the retirement income and/or employee benefits industry and are engaged at an accredited educational institution in full or part-time studies or who have graduated and wish to be affiliated with the Association while they are seeking employment in the industry. Once an individual is employed, their student membership would revert to an Active Class membership at the time of membership renewal.