Interview of Sheryl Smolkin on news889 Nov. 9/11
about moneyville blog “Pay tops job satisfaction, survey finds”
The Afternoon News from St. John New Brunswick
Interview of Sheryl Smolkin by Bill Kelly CHML
International Centre for Pension Management
University of Toronto
Business case videos
In these videos I played the part of the CEO of a sovereign wealth company at thre different times, as part of a business case for the October 2011 ICPM conference.
Sheryl Smolkin interviews VP Laura Mensch
July 25, 2011
50 minute interview on current state of pensions in Canada
AM 570 News Jeff Allen interviews Sheryl Smolkin about moneyville blog ‘Few would trade health benefits for $10,000 cash”
AM 900 CHML Hamilton interviews Sheryl Smolkin about MPs pensions
Mike Smyth at CKNW radio in Vancouver interviews Sheryl Smolkin about,
“How the CPP Changes Affect You.”
At Minutes 10:08 – 17:32 of the program
Paul Litner, a partner and chair of the pension and benefits department at Osler answers questions about proposed amendments to the federal Pension Benefits Standards Act (PBSA) in Bill C-47, and in particular the new “safe harbour” rules.
Elizabeth Brown, a pension partner with the law firm of Hicks Morley talks about the significance of the October 2010 unanimous decision of the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) in Burke v. Hudson’s Bay Company
Ian Markham, Canadian Retirement Innovation Leader with Towers Watson discusses from an employer perspective whether the recent pension reform announcements made by Ontario Finance Minister Dwight Duncan will in fact achieve the balance Professor Arthurs was aiming for in the report of the Ontario Expert Commission on Pensions , A Fine Balance, Safe Pensions, Affordable Plans, Fair Rules
Ari Kaplan, a pension partner with Koskie Minsky discusses from an employee perspective whether the recent pension reform announcements made by Ontario Finance Minister Dwight Duncan will in fact achieve the balance Professor Arthurs was aiming for in the report of the Ontario Expert Commission on Pensions , A Fine Balance, Safe Pensions, Affordable Plans, Fair Rules.
Keith Ambachtsheer, President of KPA Advisory Services and Director and Adjunct Professor of Finance at the Rotman International Centre for Pension Management discusses whether Canada will still be on the right road to increasing pension coverage and cost-effectiveness if the Duncan/Flaherty proposals for pension reform become a reality.
Greg Hurst talks about his new business venture, Greg Hurst & Associates that will initially provide specialty expertise in the area of GST/HST as applied to investment plans and registered pension plans.
Steven Osiel, VP of Total Rewards at Pal Benefits says Ontario pay equity is alive and well, and updates us on what organizations need to do in order to be in compliance with pay equity requirements.
Scott Sweatman, a partner in the law firm of Spectrum Law LLP answers the question, “Is the ABC Plan Dead?”
Wendy Poirier, Director of Towers Watsons’ Canadian Health & Group Benefits Practice talks about the Canadian Rx Coalition
Bernard Dussault, former Chief Actuary of the Canada Pension Plan discusses his proposal for CPP reform.
Bernard DussaultInterview2 (transcript)
Tony Williams, a senior actuary and partner at PBI Actuarial Consultants Ltd. explains his firm’s two-tiered prescription for pension reform
Tony WilliamsInterview2 (transcript)