At our 2nd annual Benefits & Pension Summit, held in Toronto on April 27 and 28, more than 400 pension, benefits and HR professionals from across Canada gathered to discuss key trends and developments in the pension and benefits industry.

The conference’s three tracks—group benefits, DC and DB—covered a wide range of topics, such as pension and drug pricing reform, financial literacy, mental health issues and the use of social media.

Read our online coverage—with more in depth stories to come next week—of the selected sessions. Look for further stories on the event in the June issue of Benefits Canada.

DB track
Thinking about currency in a new way
What stops us from investing globally?
For absolute returns, measure absolute risk
One plan’s use of leverage
Navigating emerging and frontier markets

Benefits track
Lieutenant-colonel speaks out on mental health
Weighing in on drug reform
The communication factor of culture

DC track
The keys to financial literacy
Social media promising for plan communications
Portability, auto-enrollment keys to PRPP success

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