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Pension Plan Sponsors Can Pay Plan Expenses From Fund: Kerry
A recent long-awaited decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal clarifies important legal issues for pension plan sponsors who are considering paying plan expenses out of the fund, changing their plan structure or communicating to plan members
Canada
16 Aug 2007
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Can Plan Expenses Be Paid from the Fund?
The increasing cost of pension plan administration has more employers asking whether pension plan expenses may be paid from the pension fund.
Canada
26 May 2006
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Decision Makes Paying Plan Expenses out of Pension Funds More Difficult
In its recent decision in Nolan v. Superintendent of Financial Services (Court File Nos. 178/04 and 520/04 (Ont. Div. Ct.), March 15, 2006 [Kerry]), the Ontario Divisional Court overturned parts of a Financial Services Tribunal (FST) decision and made it more difficult for employers to pay plan expenses out of pension funds.
Canada
25 May 2006
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Tread Carefully
The Kerry decision has important implications for the administration of pension plan expenses. Plan sponsors may need to be more diligent.
Canada
21 Feb 2006
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Merging Pension Plans in Canada: Where Do We Go From Here?
A lack of clarity in the case law, coupled with minimal legislation and restrictive policies established by the regulatory bodies, have limited pension plan mergers in many Canadian jurisdictions. Recent legal developments have made pension plan mergers in Canada more complicated.
Canada
 
15 Sep 2005
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Pension Plan Expenses: Implications of the Kerry FST Decision on Your Expense Practice
The increasing cost of pension plan administration has more employers asking whether pension plan expenses may be paid from the pension fund. The answer remains unclear, despite several high profile court cases.
Canada
 
14 Sep 2005
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