Morneau Shepell is pleased to provide a survey of the assumptions being used by approximately 100 Canadian public companies to account for the costs of their defined benefit plans.
It’s easy to find advice about putting money into your retirement piggy bank. Far rarer are tips about how to get it out.
It was only a couple of years ago that pension plan sponsors were trying to manage less-than-ideal funding levels against global economic issues such as the European debt crisis.
After Argentina was eliminated in 2010 in a brutal 4-0 loss to Germany, Lionel Messi – the best player in the world – was left without a goal in the tournament and finished his second World Cup weeping inconsolably in the dressing room.
Think of retirement as a 30-year game of poker.
Morneau Shepell has launched a website focusing on the sustainability of Canadian pension plans.
Mel Bartlett, Morneau Shepell's Managing Partner, Atlantic Region, has co-authored Target-Benefit Plans in Canada - An Innovation Worth Expanding, a report for the C.D. Howe Institute...
Canadian governments need to move beyond defined-benefit (DB) versus defined-contribution (DC) pension model debates, and towards a middle-ground option that incorporates attributes of both designs.
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Morneau Shepell has purchased Blue Balloon Health Services, a privately held group of professionals providing pediatric health-centred care in the Greater Toronto Area.