National Policy Committee (NPC)

The National Policy Committee (NPC) has a broad membership consisting of experts that are drawn from different industry segments and all regions of Canada.  Its members have a strong interest in retirement income policy. The Committee is charged with the responsibility of monitoring and identifying issues which can affect the health and growth of Canada's retirement income system and to develop and  propose policy positions that are consistent with ACPM's Vision, Mission, Goals and Guiding Principles. The Committee communicates regularly with the Board and seeks Board input on major policy issues as it deems necessary.

Todd Saulnier, Mercer

Stephanie KalinowskiHicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP

Rachel Arbour, HOOPP
Marlène Ayas, Desjardins

Andrea Boctor, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt  LLP
Richard BourgetNormandin Beaudry
Christopher Brown, LAPP Corporation
Kathryn BushBlake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Serge Charbonneau
Ingrid Chingcuanco, OMERS
Ross Dunlop, Ellement Consulting
Mark Firman, Stikeman Elliott

Rosalind Gilbert, Aon
Andrew Harrison, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

Tina HobdayLanglois LLP
Evan Howard, CAAT Pension Plan
Troy Mann, Alberta Pension Services
Martin McInnis, CSS Pension Plan

Bernard Morency, Gestion Bernard Morency
Kate Nazar, Sun Life Financial

Simon Nelson, Eckler Limited

Jeff Norton, TRAF
Jon Olson, Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan
Danelle Parkinson, Ontario Pension Board
Jim Power, Sun Life Financial
Brad Prokop, TRAF
Amy Pun, Morneau Shepell

Maxine Smalley, Connor, Clark & Lunn Investment Management
Michael Wolpert, Fasken Martineau Dumoulin LLP
Susan Nickerson, Torys LLP (Ex-Officio)
Ric Marrero, ACPM