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AIMCo Opens Calgary Office

Common Wealth Improves Access

Climate Change Drives Stress Testing Spending

Shortages Impact Public Drug Plans

Salaries Rising Higher Than Expected

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Announcements

CAAT Appointment Notice

CAAT Appointment Notice Michael Dawson, CPA, CA, CFA, Chief Financial Officer and Andrew Whale, FSA, FCIA, CFA, Vice President, Strategic Risk Management.

Cibc Asset Management Announces Appointment
Of Lilly Price.

Carlo Dilalla, Managing Director and Head of CIBC Asset Management, Institutional Asset Management, is pleased to announce the appointment of Lilly Price as Vice-President, Institutional Business Development.

Mawer Investment Management Ltd. Is Pleased To Announce The Addition Of Sylvie Methot And Joel Uncles To The Institutional Client Management Team

Ms. Methot and Mr. Uncles will join the firm’s institutional client management team in Calgary and Toronto, reporting to Rob Broley, Director of Institutional Client Management at Mawer.

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Research Papers

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The Road to Net Zero

Published By: T.Rowe Price | 14/07/2022

Many entities, including federal and regional governments, corporations, universities, and investors are setting net zero targets—as the world looks to tackle climate change. Net zero means achieving a balance between the greenhouse gases (GHG) put into the atmosphere and those taken out. This state is also referred to as carbon neutral. The focus on net zero targets accelerated in 2021 and was one of the key objectives of COP26 (the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference). Coming out of the summit, more than 140 countries—accounting for 90% of global greenhouse gas emissions—had established net zero targets.1

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Investor guide to natural capital: the world’s oldest and most important asset class

Published By: HSBC | 06/12/2021

A great irony in finance is that the world’s oldest and most important asset class is also its least understood and invested in. It is estimated that over $40 trillion of economic value generation, more than half of the world’s output, is moderately to highly dependent on nature. Yet around a fifth of countries are at risk of their ecosystems collapsing.

Latest Articles

IT TAKES A VILLAGE

PUBLISHED BY: BPM | AUGUST 22, 2022

Supporting employee mental health and well-being is clearly the right thing to do – but it’s also a business imperative, says a Telus Health ‘Benefits Hub.’ ‘It Takes A Village To Improve Mental Health: How Employers Can Contribute To Employee Well-Being’ says managing people risk should be a top business priority for any organization today. The best approach is well-being strategy structured around three elements ‒ organizational infrastructure, organizational awareness, and targeted programming.

FROM ADHERENCE TO DELAYED DIAGNOSES, WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MEDICATION USE

PUBLISHED BY: | JULY 21, 2022

Would it be better for patients to take more of a medication that may end up costing private drug plans about $200 a year, or start a new medication that costs upwards of $15,000 a year?

HR LEADERS, WELLNESS, AND DOOM SCROLLING IN WORKPLACE

PUBLISHED BY: | JULY 19, 2022

You may start to receive your Canada Pension Plan1 (CPP) retirement benefits any time between ages 60 and 70. You may start to receive your Old Age Security (OAS) benefits any time between ages 65 and 70. But when is the optimal age to start?

CULTIVATING EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP, EMPLOYEE WELL-BEING, AND CULTURE

PUBLISHED BY: | JULY 6, 2022

As the dust from the pandemic settles, employers and employees are continuing to navigate the changing world of work. Both would like to advance to some type of normal state.

2022 IS THE PERFECT TIME TO GET READY FOR AN IPO

PUBLISHED BY: BPM | JUNE 1, 2022

With the outlook for public markets a little less rosy this year as stock markets globally have slowed down since 2021, the appeal of going public has been dampened, says Maria Pacella, managing partner at Pender Ventures. In the article ‘2022 Is The Perfect Time To Get Ready For An IPO,’ she says going public is a growth strategy that can quickly turn into a substantial risk for those who aren’t adequately prepared. Still, even when the markets don’t seem favourable for an IPO, offerings can still be successful if there are solid fundamentals, a compelling reason to go public, a resilient business, and patient long-term investors.

The Current Issue

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Cover Stories

 

  • EAFE & Emerging Markets: How To Think About Investing In China Today

  • Member Communication In The Digital Age

  • Rethinking, Reimagining, And Redefining Programs To Better Transition Leaders To Their Post-Career Runway

  • 'Til Debt Do Us Part: A Case For Employer-Sponsored Debt-Benefits

  • A Pivot To Administrative Services Only (ASO)

  • Understanding And Resolving The Gaps In Vision Care

  • Adapting To The 'New Normal': How Group Insurers Are Actively Supporting Employers