New Opportunities and Achievements

The recently published Tax-Deferred Retirement Saving in Canada research paper authored by Doug Chandler for the CIA and Society of Actuaries was mentioned in an article in The Globe and Mail.

Steve Finch has been appointed executive vice-president and chief actuary at Manulife. The company also appointed Cindy Forbes as its chief analytics officer.

Malcolm Hamilton was quoted in a Globe and Mail article on workplace pensions.

Patrick Kavanagh recently joined PAL Insurance in Toronto as director of actuarial services.

Jean-Claude Ménard was mentioned in an article about the public service pension plan in the Ottawa Citizen.

Jill Wagman co-authored an article in The Globe and Mail on the federal government’s plan to change the eligibility age for Old Age Security.


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