McInnes Cooper’s Kiersten Amos in Plans & Trusts – Building Momentum: Pooled Registered Pension Plans
March 30, 2015
By Kiersten Amos, Former Lawyer at McInnes Cooper
Note: As of June 25, 2016, provincially regulated workers and employers in Nova Scotia, Quebec, BC and Saskatchewan can participate in Pooled Registered Pension Plans (PRPP) regulated by the Federal Government. Pan Canadian PRPPs can now be offered on a cost-effective basis in participating jurisdictions, with regulation and supervision occurring largely or entirely at the federal level.
Our lawyers not only stay current with the law as it it; they also stay current with where it’s going and how that will affect our clients’ businesses. In Kiersten Amos’s article, Building Momentum: Pooled Registered Pension Plans as published in Plans & Trusts, Volume 33 Number 1, January/February, 2015, Kiersten takes a look at where Pooled Registered Pension Plans come from, where they stand in Canada and where they are going.
Read Kiersten’s article, Building Momentum: Pooled Registered Pension Plans, reproduced with permission from Plans & Trusts, Volume 33 Number 1, pages 14-17, January/February, 2015, published by the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (www.ifebp.org), Brookfield, Wisconsin (PDF).
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