New Opportunities and Achievements

At Great-West Life, Brad Fedorchuk has been named the new vice-president of group major accounts, and Loretta Kulchycki the new vice-president of group marketing.

Morneau Shepell has named three CIA members as partners in the following practices:
Benoît Hudon has become partner and retirement leader for Eastern Canada at Mercer. He will also be responsible for innovation initiatives for retirement in Canada.

Ian Markham, Canadian retirement innovation leader at Towers Watson, discussed his career and his inspiration in a recent issue of Benefits Canada magazine.

Brian Traxler has been appointed vice-president, individual life, for SCOR Global Life Canada. He will be part of the SGL Canada management team and will lead the acquisition of the individual life new business in Canada by developing and implementing strategic initiatives for existing and targeted clients.

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