The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan’s chief operating officer of enterprise operations is moving to a new role at the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund.

Rosemarie McClean will become chief executive officer of the pension fund, effective Jan. 1, 2020.

Since joining the Ontario Teachers’ in 1986, McClean has gradually taken on more responsibility, including shaping the plan’s member services strategies, introducing programs and efficiencies that have netted awards and contributing to the pension plan’s technology foundation.

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“I have been very fortunate to spend the majority of my career at such a great organization as Ontario Teachers’. The people here are truly exceptional,” said McClean, in a press release. “It has been an honour working with such dedicated teams, who come to work each day with the clear mission of providing excellent service and retirement security to teachers in the province of Ontario.”

Ron Mock, the Ontario Teachers’ retiring president and CEO, said McClean’s influence has been felt throughout the plan. “In addition to being enormously smart and capable, Rosemarie is a genuinely caring person who has always put our members first. We are thrilled for her as she embarks on this very exciting and impactful next phase of her career.”

The UN Joint Staff Pension Fund has more than 71,000 retirees and more than 126,000 active participants across 190 countries and territories. It has US$50 billion in accumulated resources.

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