TORONTO, Oct. 16 /CNW/ - Canadian pension plans are facing the most serious challenges in decades. Companies are scrambling to figure out how to meet their pension commitments and retirees are seeking ways to recover their losses from pension plans. To reduce the risk of costly litigation, pension plan professionals and their advisors must be up to speed on the latest developments related to pension.
Conference Title: 11th Annual Advanced Forum on Pension Litigation,
Governance & Reform
Date: January 21& 22, 2010
Location: Marriot Bloor Yorkville, Toronto, ON
At The Canadian Institute's 11th Annual Advanced Forum on Pension Litigation, Governance & Reform conference, you will get the key updates and practical guidelines you need to tackle serious legal challenges and minimize your risk of liability. Our distinguished panel of leading industry experts will provide you with solutions to your most pressing concerns, including:
- New solvency funding relief measures: How can employers take advantage
- Meeting your pension obligations: What relief can employers get in
- Using of the latest trends in pension design to recover from the
- Discovering what pension law reform is being implemented across Canada
- Minimizing your risk exposure: Keeping on top of the latest
developments in pension case law
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SOURCE Canadian Institute
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