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The Canadian Association of Pension Supervisory Authorities (“CAPSA”) recently released a draft of the CAPSA Pension Plan Risk Management Guideline for consultation. The Guideline’s purpose is to support plan administrators in fulfilling their fiduciary obligations, including appropriate consideration of their applicable standard of care related to managing risks.
CAPSA is hosting a virtual information session for pension plan stakeholders to learn more about the draft Guideline and to ask questions.
Date: September 6, 2023,
Time: 11 A.M – noon PT.
BCFSA encourages pension plan stakeholders to join CAPSA members and representatives at the information session. The event will be delivered in English and materials will be provided in English and French closer to the date.
If you have any questions, please contact the CAPSA Secretariat [email protected].
BC Financial Services Authority (“BCFSA”) is a Crown regulatory agency of the Government of British Columbia. BCFSA oversees the financial services sector which includes pension plans, mortgage brokers, real estate services, real estate development marketing, and financial institutions (credit unions and insurance and trust companies). BCFSA also administers the Credit Union Deposit Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (“CUDIC”).
CAPSA is a national association of pension regulators whose mission is to facilitate an efficient and effective pension regulatory system in Canada. It develops practical solutions to further the coordination and harmonization of pension regulation across Canada.