The Pension Investment Association of Canada board is prioritizing a return to business as usual and the expansion of the association’s membership in 2022.

The board will continue efforts to expand the PIAC’s membership and increase the engagement of existing members, says Cheryl Shea, manager of pension assets at Canadian Pacific Railway Co. and a recently appointed member of the association’s board.

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According to Shea, who first became involved with the association early in her career, the PIAC offers many benefits to members of Canada’s pension investment community.

“From my perspective, [joining the PIAC] helps you build a network. It’s a really good place to find out how other people are approaching similar challenges. It also gives you access to fantastic content and resources that is curated by your peers, making it exceptionally relevant.”