Special Invitation to a Public Service Pension Plan panel discussion

April 05, 2011 Please consider the following invitation to attend our forthcoming special event:
“The Public Service Pension Plan: Perspectives for its Professionals”.
This event is designed to bring together an eminent group of pension experts to discuss the federal Public Service Pension Plan with a specific focus on how the Plan impacts public service professionals. It promises to be an informative evening of discussion and interaction between our expert panelists and the audience.
This panel discussion will take place at the new Ottawa Convention Centre
on the evening of April 19, 2011, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
If you are a member from outside the Ottawa / Gatineau (NCR) region,
it will be possible for you to participate through a live Webcast. A recording of the presentation will also be made available at a later date.
Whether you join us that night in person or electronically, pre-registration is required as attendance is limited.
Please RSVP (mandatory) to Chantale Lebel or by phone at 613-236-9181 or 1-800-265-9181 by Friday April 15 at noon.
To pre-register (mandatory) for the live Webcast, please click on http://www2.webcastcanada.ca/professionalsservingcanadians. Places will be allocated on first come, first served basis.
This event follows an online pension survey that more than 11,000 of your professional public service colleagues have completed. The results of the survey are going to be presented that night and will compliment presentations by the following well-respected experts:
1. Bernard Dussault
Pension consultant
Topic: Financial Matters
2. Marilyn Lurz
Pension consultant
Topic: Plan Design
3. Priscilla Healy
Lawyer, Legal pension consultant
Topic: Professional Retention
The event is organized and sponsored by the Canadian Association of Professional Employees, the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC) and the Association of Canadian Financial Officers (ACFO). It is part of a series of collaborative efforts under the banner of “Professionals Serving Canadians”.
We hope to see you there!
Claude Poirier
President,
Canadian Association of Professional Employees