The C.D. Howe Institute is appointing Hugh O’Reilly as a senior fellow.
Formerly the president and chief executive officer of the OPSEU Pension Trust, O’Reilly stepped down last month.
“Hugh combines impressive wisdom and experience in pensions with broad interest in many policy areas affecting prosperity and Canadians’ incomes,” said William Robson, president and chief executive officer of C.D. Howe. “My colleagues and I look forward to working with him as a senior fellow with great enthusiasm.”
Prior to his time at OPTrust, O’Reilly served as a senior policy advisor and chief of staff for an Ontario cabinet minister. He’s also a former member of the board of directors of the Canadian Coalition for Good Governance.