Change Is in the Air: A Look at the Impact of the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) on You and Your Business

The Conference Board of Canada, September 13, 2016
Recorded Webinar
(You must be signed in and entitled to rate this report)

Whether they’re Boomers or Millennials, Canadians have retirement on the mind. The federal government recently announced some new enhancements coming to the Canada Pension Plan (CPP), set to be phased in beginning in 2019 and be fully implemented by 2025. Many employers are wondering exactly what these changes are going to mean for their plans moving forward. How can you be sure that your organization is prepared? How will the changes to the CPP affect you and your business?

Join Stephanie Kalinowski, a Partner with the law firm Hicks Morley, as she discusses the upcoming changes to the CPP, and how these shifts may affect your business in the future. Stephanie will provide an update on her December 2015 discussion of the now-defunct Ontario Retirement Pension Plan, outline how the enhancements will directly affect employers, and explore what you can do to prepare.

Webinar Highlights

You won’t want to miss this special 60-minute session as Stephanie answers questions such as:

  • How is CPP being enhanced?
  • How and when will the changes to the CPP be implemented?
  • How will the enhancement affect my organization and my employees?
  • What should I be doing now to prepare for these changes?
  • Will my organization’s pension plan be affected by the increased CPP contributions and benefits?

About Stephanie

Photo of Stephanie Kalinowski Stephanie Kalinowski is a Partner in the firm’s Pension, Benefits and Executive Compensation Practice Group. Her practice focuses on advising employers, plan administrators and service providers on issues relating to pensions, benefits, executive compensation, and related income tax matters. She has recently been focusing on pension reforms in various jurisdictions, target benefit plans, plan mergers and asset transfers. She advised on the negotiation and establishment of a jointly-sponsored pension plan and has been involved in consultations with the Ontario government on the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan. Stephanie has appeared before the Financial Services Tribunal, the Ontario Superior Court and the Court of Appeal for Ontario. She is a member of FSCO’s Pension Legal Advisory Committee and is Vice-Chair of the ACPM’s Ontario Regional Council.

Have questions before you buy?

Learn what our webinars can offer you

 

What happens after you register?

Image showing webinar satisfaction scores

Access Webinar

(you will be asked to sign-in)

To see if you are entitled to get this research for free, take a minute and create a free e-Library account. This will let us determine if someone else at your organization has already purchased access to this material.