The Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System is naming Annesley Wallace as its new chief pension officer.

Wallace has been with the OMERS pension services team for about two years, before which she was a managing director at OMERS Infrastructure. She also currently sits on the boards of Infrastructure Ontario, Bruce Power and Alectra Utilities.

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“I am grateful for the opportunity to lead the OMERS pensions business, as we continue to deliver exceptional services to our 500,000 members across Ontario,” said Wallace, in a press release. “Today, we have an opportunity to further the member experience by leveraging the expertise and innovative mindsets of our teams.

“Ultimately our goal is to ensure that the value of an OMERS membership is felt on day one and grows with each member every step of the way into retirement. I am excited to be part of this journey with OMERS.”

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James Buchner:

congrats on the new position

Thursday, January 09 at 2:19 pm | Reply

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