Actuaries on the Move

Derek Dobson, CEO and plan manager at the Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology (CAAT), has talked about the CAAT's response to the global economic crisis in the February issue of Benefits Canada.

Malcolm Hamilton has become senior fellow at the C. D. Howe Institute, focusing on human resources policy, pensions, and savings. Meanwhile, his views on alternatives are being featured in a video on BenefitsCanadaTV.

Susan Kudzman has been appointed to the board of human resource experts Atman Co.

Denis Latulippe has considered the changing face of retirement in La Presse.

Thomas Levy has spoken
in The Star about what happens to pension plans when companies fail.

Ken Millard has been appointed as vice-president, national accounts, at Great-West Life. Mr. Millard has spent more than 20 years at the company, and has served in such areas as individual insurance, group benefits, and group retirement services.

Ted Singeris has been named president of Mercer Canada. He will be responsible for defining and implementing the company's Canadian strategy, and delivering financial results, growth, and continued client service excellence.

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