Ontario Pension Reform: Where are we now? (Archived Video Stream) 

Sep. 12, 2012
Toronto Online

This is the archived version of a program presented on September 12, 2012.  This will not become available until 2 weeks after the orginal program date.  To order this format please click on the "REGISTER NOW" button.   

Pension reform continues to take centre stage in Ontario. In 2009 and 2010, the Ontario government introduced significant amendments to the Pension Benefits Act. In 2012, some of those amendments finally came into force. Many changes are still pending.

View a discussion on the latest developments in Ontario pension reform. Hear what counsel for plan administrators, plan sponsors, employees and unions think about the new rules. Our panel of experts will present their perspectives on what has worked, what has not and what still needs to be done.

Discussion points will include:

  • The expanded grow-in rules
  • The new small benefit rules
  • The new rules on division of pensions on marriage breakdown
  • The Agreement Respecting Multi-Jurisdictional Pension Plans

Ari Kaplan, Partner, Koskie Minsky LLP
Karen Mostyn Kahansky, Senior Legal Counsel, ACS, A Xerox Company
Mary Picard, Partner, Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP

Sonia Mak, Partner, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Kim Ozubko, Counsel, McCarthy Tétrault LLP


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