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Pensions & Benefits - Nationwide - Canada
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Julien has extensive expertise advising employers, pension fund administrators and service providers on issues such as pension plan governance and design, de-risking strategies, annuity purchases (buy-in, buy-out), longevity insurance, pension investments, plan administration, plan mergers, plan conversions, use of surplus assets, and retiree benefits matters. He also assists them in their representations before regulatory authorities, administrative tribunals and courts.
Julien has significant experience in advising clients on pension and employment issues arising in connection with various corporate events including acquisitions, divestitures, mergers, insolvencies and corporate reorganizations.
Bar of Québec; Law Society of Ontario; Director of the Association of Canadian Pension Management and member of its Quebec Regional Council; Canadian Bar Association; International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans.
- Co-editor of Osler’s Pensions and Benefits Law Blog
- Pension Fund Investments and Related Fiduciary Issues From a Québec Perspective, published in Employee Benefits in Canada
- Overview of the Canadian Pension Regulatory System, published in the Journal of the International Pension and Employee Benefits Lawyers Association
University of Ottawa, LL.L. (Civil Law)
Dalhousie University, LL.B. (Common Law)