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School of Pension Investment Management (SPIM) Events – Canada
Calendar14 May 2018

Building effective pension investment management skills is more important than ever in the challenging environment of pension fund management. Both the capital markets and the pension regulatory regime are becoming increasingly complex and dynamic.

To assist in improving the governance and management of pension fund assets, Mercer and the Schulich School of Business, York University have established The School of Pension Investment Management (SPIM), which is built on the success of its predecessor, Pension Investment Management School (PIMS).

This is an intensive two day seminar designed to provide pension plan fiduciaries with the knowledge to improve the overall governance and management of their defined benefit pension fund. Many of the topics addressed also apply to the oversight of a defined contribution program.

EVENT CONTACT:

Contact:
 Mohani Balraj
Phone: +1 416 868 2985

MERCER CANADA'S 2018 SCHOOL OF PENSION INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT (SPIM) EVENT SCHEDULE:

 

MAY
16 - 17 

Mercer's 2018 School of Pension Investment Management (SPIM) Spring Session
May 16th - 17th 2018, Toronto, ON
Registration Fee: $2,700 + HST
Payment must be received in full prior to the seminar.
EVENT HAS PASSED


OCT
3 - 4 

Mercer's 2018 School of Pension Investment Management (SPIM) Fall Session
October 3rd - 4th 2018, Toronto, ON
Registration Fee: $2,700 + HST
Payment must be received in full prior to the seminar.
EVENT HAS PASSED


 

 

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