Thursday, May 08, 2008
Mark J. Fuller, President of the Ontario Pension Board, is pleased to announce important changes on the senior executive team. These appointments reflect OPB’s continued commitment, as Administrator of the Ontario Public Service Pension Plan (PSPP), to be a leader in pension plan administration.
Peter Shena is promoted to Senior Vice-President, Stakeholder Relations and Pension Policy. Since joining OPB in 2001, Mr. Shena has been instrumental in developing strong relationships with OPB’s stakeholders. As SVP, he will also continue to represent OPB as a leader in provincial initiatives to create a healthy sustainable pension system. With over twenty years’ experience in public sector plan administration and a degree in Public Policy Administration and Economics, Mr. Shena has extensive knowledge of pension policy and trends and deep insight into the concerns of OPB’s clients and stakeholders.
The PSPP is a major defined benefit pension plan sponsored by the Government of Ontario. Serving over 76,000 Members and Pensioners and 80 Employers, the Plan’s assets total almost $16 billion. As one of Canada’s largest and oldest pension plans, dating back to the 1920s, its long-term investment returns consistently rank the PSPP as one of the top performing Canadian public sector plans.
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