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“In the United States, 66% of Defined Contribution (DC) pension contributions go into target date funds (TDFs) and TDFs have now taken over as receiving the majority of DC contributions from US equity,” stated Sonya Uppal, Vice President of Defined Contribution and Retirement at Franklin Templeton Investments.
Join us in Winnipeg, from June 5th to the 7th, for the CPBI FORUM 2017. Attend to network and learn about how our industry and Canada is Thriving in a Climate of Change and rising as a model for the rest of the world.
Click here to learn more about FORUM 2017! »»Become a CPBI member to save even more! Plan Sponsor rates are also available! To find out more about becoming a Plan Sponsor Member, visit our website!
You can renew your membership online by logging into your account with your User ID and Password. You may also renew your membership by phone: 514-288-1222 ext 23.
Be a part of a network of professionals in your industry, stay up to date with new new trends and network with your peers by exchanging on best practices.
Webinar: Legislative Updates
April 6, 2017 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM EST
Webinar: Build or Buy - Is OCIO right for your Fund
April 27, 2017 1:00PM to 2:00PM EST
As always, webinars are free for all CPBI members, 90$ for non-members and 65$ for plan sponsors.
CPBI Saskatchewan Regional Conference:
April 25 to 27, 2017
TCU Place in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Register now at the Early Bird Rate Ending March 24
All members have access to live sessions and videos on demand. Take the opportunity to learn more by attending a session soon! Click here to learn more.
FORUM 2016 presentations and recordings are now available for all members.Pesentations and recordings from previous FORUMs are also available for all members.All presentations of past events are archived in the CPBI Library. Log in and browse through the files »»
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Most employers today have up to four generational cohorts of employees working for their organizations, each with very distinct characteristics. The career-focused, loyal and individualistic Baby Boomers (1946 – 1965) are on the tail end of their careers, or already retired, and will represent about 15% of the workforce by 2020. Generations X and Y are the largest generational cohorts in today’s workforce. Gen Xers (1966 – 1979), once deemed the “slacker generation,” are entrepreneurial, self-reliant and globally minded. Gen Y (1980 – 1995), or “Millennials,” are a generation as large as the Baby Boomers and are group-oriented, idealistic and socially conscious, says Trish Miller, Consulting Actuary at Willis Towers Watson. Gen Z (1996 – 2010) is the first generation that is “technology native,” and will likely have about 10 to 14 jobs before age 40.
7th Annual Regional Conference, Upcoming Events, Call for Volunteers, and more.