The Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario has appointed members to its stakeholder advisory committee for the pension sector.

The committee, which was introduced in July 2019, will provide advice and feedback to the regulator on sector-related matters and will form part of its stakeholder engagement process going forward. The committees members represents a cross-section of views and backgrounds.

Read: FSRA creates new advisory committees on pension sector matters

The committee includes:

  • Rachel Arbour, vice-president of plan and policy development at the Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan;
  • Simon Archer, a partner at Goldblatt Partners LLP;
  • Kathryn Bush, a partner at Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP;
  • Gareth Gibbins, vice-president of pension legal at the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System;
  • Sean Hewitt, chief executive officer at Toronto Transit Commission Pension Fund Society;
  • Evan Howard, vice-president of pension management at the Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology Pension Plan;
  • Cameron Hunter, a principal at Eckler Ltd.;
  • Hugh Kerr, vice-president and general counsel at Sun Life Financial;
  • Mariana MacIntosh, managing director and associate general counsel on the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan board;
  • Alex D. McKinnon, department leader of research, public policy and bargaining support at United Steelworkers;
  • Wendy Mizuno, group head of benefits and pensions at George Weston Ltd.;
  • Scott Perkin, secretary-treasurer at the Ontario Teachers’ Federation;
  • Jean-Philippe Provost, senior partner and wealth business leader at Mercer; and
  • Peter Shena, executive vice-president and chief pension officer at the Ontario Pension Board.
  • Julie Belair, director at the OPSEU Pension Trust.

For anyone else who may be interested in joining the committee, the FSRA noted the term of membership for current members will be one year.

Read: PIAC supporting FSRA’s proposed approach to addressing changing pension environment

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