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5. (1)  Despite any other Act, a municipality or a local board shall not make a contribution for the provision of a pension to any of its eligible employees unless the contribution is made under the are terminated and the Administration Corporation is composed of the following members: 2. One person to be chosen by the City of Toronto. affirmative vote of a majority of its members to reject it. The Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act, 2006 is enacted, replacing the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act. can make to the OMERS pension plan. The Sponsors Corporation shall invite the largest organization to choose the person within the period specified by the Sponsors Corporation. Transitional arrangements are made respecting the composition of the Sponsors Corporation and the Administration Corporation. The Sponsors Corporation shall make inquiries to determine what organizations, if any, represent any of the former members of the OMERS pension plans and to determine how many former members each organization represents. The employee became employed by the municipality or local board before the applicable date described in paragraph 4. (2)  The actuarial methods and assumptions to be used for the purposes of administering the pension plans and pension funds are to be determined by the Administration Corporation, based upon recommendations from the actuary. Two persons who are representative of the other participating employers, to be chosen in accordance with subsection (4). (5)  The Sponsors Corporation shall reimburse the Administration Corporation for its costs of complying with a request under subsection (4). The pandemic pivot in advice: How is your practice pivoting? 51. 8. organizations that are corporations are eligible to participate in the process described in this subsection. Any optional increases in pension benefits must be implemented using a supplemental plan and not the primary pension plan. Bill 206 has been enacted as Chapter 2 of the Statutes of Ontario, 2006. (10)  The members of the Sponsors Corporation shall have voting rights as follows: 1. and governance of the OMERS pension plans. (2)  Subsection 10 (1) of the Act is amended by striking out "Despite section 9 of the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act" at the beginning and substituting "Despite section 7 of 2. The Sponsors Corporation shall appoint one or more persons licensed under the Public Accounting Act, 2004 to audit its accounts and transactions each year and to express an opinion on its financial During 2006, private equity investments increased from $2.4 billion to $2.9 billion and now account for approximately 6.0% of net investment assets with a long-term goal of 10.0%.Infrastructure investments generated net investment income of $388 million, compared with $393 million a year earlier. A person who, under an agreement with a municipality or local board or under an Act, provides a service, program or thing to a person that the municipality or local board is authorized to provide to the person. Subsection 39 (16) of the Northern Services Boards Act is repealed. (5)  The person referred to in paragraph 1 of subsection (2) is to be chosen by the members of the Sponsors Corporation who are described in paragraphs 1 to 5 of subsection (1), and the person may be a former member of an OMERS 7. benefit. OMERS announced today that its total rate of return was 16.4% in 2006, a top-quartile performance that exceeded its benchmark return of 13.7%.This is the fourth year in a row in the giant Ontario pension fund has achieved a double-digit return, earning net investment income for 2006 of $6.5 billion, compared with $5.5 billion in 2005.The fair market value of net assets increased 15.9%, to total $47.6 billion as at Dec. 31, 2006, up from $41.1 billion the previous year.“OMERS strong 2006 returns were due to the successful execution of our investment strategy, anchored by the buoyant public markets and the strong returns realized by all three private market lines of business — real estate, infrastructure and private equity,” said OMERS president and CEO, Paul Haggis.OMERS is continuing its long-term strategy to increase its holdings in private equities, real estate and infrastructure from the current 24.2% to 37.5% of net investment assets. (7)  Clause 66 (6) (a) of the Act is amended by striking out " (4)  A person who is a member of the Sponsors Corporation is not eligible to hold office as a member of the Administration Corporation or to be appointed to any committee established for the purpose of advising the Administration (1)  Each of the following employers may participate in the OMERS pension plans in respect of its eligible employees: 2. The Administration Corporation considers that a change to any of the OMERS pension plans is necessary or appropriate as a result of a change in a federal or provincial law. 43. IE Staff . (1)  The Sponsors Corporation may, by by-law, require the employers who participate in an OMERS pension plan and the members of an OMERS pension plan to pay a fee for the purpose of funding any of the When the matter is referred for arbitration, the Sponsors Corporation may appoint the arbitrator or may determine the method for choosing the arbitrator. 2. arbitrator and make the appointment on behalf of the Sponsors Corporation. One person is to be representative of the City of Toronto. 26. 2.1 Two persons are to be representative of employers other than the City of Toronto and employers who are members of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario. purpose, the transferee shall be deemed to be a local board for the purposes of that Act. modifications. A person or association of persons that, immediately before the repeal of the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act, was designated by the Lieutenant Governor in Council for the purposes of clause (c) of the definition (2)  Despite subsection (1), the composition of the Administration Corporation is determined as follows for the following periods of time: 1. of the employee's pensionable service under the OMERS pension plans after January 1, 1966. (b) the only reason that the total amount of the contributions payable by the employer does not equal the total amount of the contributions payable by the employer's employees is because one or more employees made contributions to a Retirement System Act. (a) a change in benefits for members of any of the OMERS pension plans, (b) a change in the contribution rate for members or participating employers, or. (2)  Despite subsection (1), a municipality or local board may make a contribution under another pension plan for the provision of a pension to an eligible employee if all of the following circumstances exist: 1. 39. 5. 38. Email. (3)  The chair of the Sponsors Corporation is to be chosen by its voting members from among the voting members. members: 1. In determining the required contribution rate for the primary pension plan and for any retirement compensation arrangement to be paid by the members of the primary pension plan who are also members of a Employees Retirement System Act, 2005". For over 50 years, OMERS has provided its members with sustainable, affordable and meaningful pensions. 4. (6)  The Sponsors Corporation shall establish a separate fund for fees required under subsection (1) and shall pay the fees into the fund. Its objects, powers and duties are described in sections 34 to 37 of the Act. If the Sponsors Corporation has not passed a by-law under subsection (1) on or before the day that is the first anniversary of the day that subsection 22 (1) comes into force, the composition of the Sponsors Corporation is as determined 39. Let clients know about available assistance, Here’s a summary of the feds' Covid-19 economic response, The package includes a $300-per-week jobless benefit and a $600 direct payment to most Americans, The regulator alleges that the founders diverted money raised for the fund to other purposes, The industry has standardized its LTA practices, The process would ideally expedite resolution of claims, The Canadian economy remains about 4% below where it was pre-pandemic, However, winners and losers may emerge, the rating agency says. 1. This Explanatory Note was written as a reader's aid to Bill 206 and does not form part of the law. (6)  An employer may consent to provide an additional benefit listed in any of paragraphs 1 to 4 of subsection (5) that the employer has not previously consented to provide, but not until at least 36 months has passed since the (2)  The Sponsors Corporation is not a Crown agency and it is not a local board as defined in subsection 1 (1) of the Municipal Act, 2001. (1)  Despite any other provision of this Act, the Administration Corporation shall amend the OMERS pension plans to provide optional increases in benefits for members of the primary pension plan who are Three persons are to be representative of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario. Sections 9 to 15 set out restrictions on the terms and conditions of the OMERS pension plans. (2)  The Sponsors Corporation shall endeavour to make appointments under subsection (1) in accordance with the following guidelines: 1. the appointment on behalf of the Sponsors Corporation. The second person is to be chosen by the employer who has the second-greatest number of members in the primary pension plan. Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act, One person who is representative of other members of the OMERS pension plans, to be chosen in accordance with subsection (4). (1)  Within 12 months after section 32 comes into force, the Administration Corporation may prepare a consolidation of the terms and conditions of the primary pension plan and of any related retirement (2)  Despite subsection (1), the composition of the Sponsors Corporation is determined as follows for the following periods of time: 1. 49. iii. (5)  Clause 464 (a) of the Act is amended by striking out "or to the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement Fund" and substituting "or to the pension fund for the primary pension plan under the Ontario Municipal Every OMERS pension plan must be a defined benefit plan. Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act, The pension benefit payable to members of the supplemental plan is calculated based on the average annual earnings of the members over a period of service of three years, but the average may be less than three years for members with service (2)  Subsection (1) does not apply with respect to an amendment that is required to comply with a federal or provincial law or an amendment that does not increase going concern liabilities by more than 1 per cent. constitute fees and expenses of administering the pension plan. 3. (6)  The person referred to in paragraph 11 of subsection (1) is to be chosen as follows on behalf of former members of the OMERS pension plans: 1. Members; Employers ; Sponsors; Investing; About OMERS; News; Events; Careers; Contact Us; View other OMERS sites. 4. Annual Reports. (3)  The pension funds that are governed by the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act immediately before that Act is repealed are continued. cent and less than or equal to 2.33 per cent (the "increased benefit"), the municipality or local board may make contributions to the plan for the increased benefit in respect of the employees' service on or after the date on which the are employed in the police and fire sectors and establish the contribution rates for the benefits. At a meeting called for the purpose of considering the matter, the Sponsors Corporation decides to refer the matter for consideration under the supplementary decision-making mechanisms described in subsection (4) or (5) and, using those Employer Participation (3)  Subsection (1) does not apply in respect of contributions payable to a pension plan for a year if, (a) the amount of the contributions are in accordance with the terms and conditions of the pension plan as it was governed by the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act immediately before that Act was repealed, and those " and substituting " For any other contribution, the applicable date is July 1, 1965. (3)  The two persons referred to in paragraph 5 of subsection (1) are to be chosen as follows by those employers who are not members of an organization described in paragraph 1, 2, 3 or 4 of subsection (1): 1. 4. proposal for mediation. 2. 2006 Maximum Pensionable Earnings (as defined under the Canada Pension Plan) for the year in which the employee ceases to be employed by the municipality or local board and for each of the preceding four years multiplied by the number of years (2)  The following employees of an associated employer are eligible to be members of the OMERS pension plans: 1. the replacement is to be chosen on an alternating basis by the associations. type of benefit to the members. 53. (4)  Subsection 13 (2) of the Act is amended by striking out " Currently, section 276 of the Municipal Act, 2001 sets a cap on the contributions that a municipality or local board The Company manages a range of investments including stocks, bonds, pension plans, real estates, infrastructure, and equities. Currently, those terms and conditions are established by regulation. until a person is chosen. Corporation. advises and assists the Sponsors Corporation and, under agreements entered into by the Sponsors Corporation under section 29, may be required to act as the agent of the administrator of other pension plans and to manage other pension funds. document.write(CurrentYear) 2004-2005. (4)  The term of office of each member of the Sponsors Corporation is as determined by by-law and must not exceed three years, and members are eligible to hold office for a maximum of six consecutive years. Sections 9 to 15 set out restrictions on the terms and conditions of the OMERS pension plans. 4. 4. One person to be chosen by the Ontario Public School Boards' Association. (1)  If, under a supplemental plan, a municipality or local board may provide an optional pension benefit for its employees in respect of which the annual benefit accrual rate is greater than 2.0 per paragraph 6, 7, 8 or 9 of subsection (1): 3. date on which the municipality or local board decides to provide the increased benefit but not in respect of pensionable service before that date. Baton Rouge, La. (b) the expenses incurred for collecting or administering the fees required under subsection (1). The Sponsors Corporation shall make inquiries to determine what organizations, if any, represent any of the former members of the OMERS pension plans and to determine how many former members each organization represents. Representative of CUPE (Ontario), Locals 79 and 416. One person is to be representative of members of the OMERS pension plans who are not represented for collective bargaining purposes by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (Ontario) and not employed in the police and fire sectors. employer's employees. The Sponsors Corporation may amend the OMERS pension plans, including the contribution rates for employees, subject to the restrictions set out in this Act. Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act, substituting in each case "Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act, 2006". At the meeting, a member of the Sponsors Corporation makes a proposal in writing for a specified change or for no change. 6. mechanisms, the decision is made to make, or not to make, the specified change. members of the OMERS pension plans are continued with the same terms and conditions. Pension giant looks to increase presence in private equities. The terms and conditions of the (8)  A member may elect to purchase credit for a benefit in a supplemental plan described in paragraph 8 of subsection (3) only if. Any optional increases in pension benefits must be implemented using a supplemental plan and One person to be chosen by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (Ontario). 9. benefit accrual rate of over 2.0 and up to 2.33 per cent must be implemented using a supplemental plan and not the primary pension plan. This step is repeated Currently, those terms and conditions are established by regulation. 27. When a person's term of office expires, the Administration Corporation shall invite the organization that is the next-largest at the time the replacement person is required to choose the person. One person is to be representative of members of the OMERS pension plans who are not represented for collective bargaining purposes by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (Ontario) and not employed in the police and fire sectors. If the Sponsors Corporation determines the method for choosing the mediator but no mediator is appointed within 30 days after the meeting at which the determination was made, the chief executive officer of the Administration Corporation The following are the objects of the Administration Corporation: 1. Governance and Administration 58. If the organization fails to choose a person within the specified period, the Sponsors Corporation shall invite the next-largest organization to choose the person within the period specified by the Sponsors Corporation. under section 39. (14)  The arbitrator may be chosen in any of the following ways: 1. 3. The Administration Corporation shall make inquiries to determine what organizations, if any, represent any of the former members of the OMERS pension plans and to determine how many former members each organization represents. The pension fund that is governed by the current Act is continued as the pension fund for the primary pension plan. (2)  Despite subsection (1), the Sponsors Corporation may amend any of the OMERS pension plans to authorize unequal amounts of contributions to be made by employers and employees for one or more years if, (a) after the amendment, the contribution rates for employers and employees for each class of benefit under the OMERS pension plans are equal; and. 9. (2)  Despite subsection (1), a municipality or local board is not prohibited from making a contribution. We’ve also strengthened member engagement by: Handling over 200,000 phone calls to our Member Services … (12)  If the Sponsors Corporation neither accepts, with or without amendments, nor rejects the mediator's report within 30 days after its first meeting after receiving the report, the Sponsors Corporation may, by an affirmative vote 6, 8, 9 or 10 of subsection (1): 1. 3. 2005 Two committees are established to advise the Sponsors Corporation about benefits for OMERS pension plan members, one respecting benefits for members who are employed in the police and fire sectors and the other respecting benefits for members paragraph 6, 7 or 8 of subsection (1): 1. paragraph 5, 6 or 7 of subsection (1): 3. The Sponsors Corporation may require the Administration Corporation to reimburse it from any pension or other fund for any of its costs that in the opinion of the Administration Corporation may lawfully be paid By accepting this notice and continuing to browse our website you confirm you accept our Terms of Use & Privacy Policy. (5)  The Sponsors Corporation shall meet if a majority of its members requests a meeting for the purpose of dealing with an emergency. 2006, c. 2, s. 20. 2. 2. of the Pension Plans. 56. 47. required until all the organizations have been invited to choose a person. of a majority of its members, refer the matter for arbitration. include the power to make decisions about the design of the OMERS pension plans and the power to set the contribution rates under the plans. 2006 55. One person to be chosen by the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation. Annual Report 2006. One person to be chosen by the Police Association of Ontario. (9.1)  The Commission shall be deemed to be a local board for the purposes of the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act, 2005 and the chair shall be deemed to be an employee of the Commission for the purposes of Only those (9)  If a person appointed under subsection (2) ceases to hold office before his or her term of office expires, the person or organization that chooses the members of the Administration Corporation under the paragraph of subsection (1)  A decision of the Sponsors Corporation requires an affirmative vote of a majority of its members. 25. This step is repeated until both persons have been chosen. One person who is representative of school boards to be chosen in accordance with subsection (2). Council. (6)  Clause 60 (11) (b) of the Act is amended by striking out "for the purposes of the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act" and substituting "for the purposes of the Ontario ". Under the new Act, those terms and 2. (2)  An employer who is described in paragraphs 1 to 7 or paragraph 9 or 10 of subsection 5 (1) shall not pass a by-law providing for the termination of its participation in an OMERS pension plan except upon such terms as may be (6)  If the chief executive officer of the Administration Corporation is required to choose the mediator, the following process applies: 1. the purpose of the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act". Financial Statements | Annual Report. (3)  The Administration Corporation may pass by-laws and resolutions regulating its proceedings and for the conduct and management of its affairs. Under that section, a restriction is imposed on amendments to the primary pension plan. Subsections 23 (2) and 33 (3) and sections 36 to 43 are repealed on December 31, 2009. An association of the officials or employees of municipalities or local boards. (1)  An employer who is described in paragraphs 1 to 7 or paragraph 9 or 10 of subsection 5 (1) is not entitled to terminate its participation in an OMERS pension plan unless it has the consent of the (a) administer the OMERS pension plans, including paying pensions, making payments under retirement compensation arrangements, establishing investment policies and managing and allocating the assets of the pension plans and the assets of the with credited service of less than three years. (2)  The Sponsors Corporation shall meet after the Administration Corporation gives the Sponsors Corporation the preliminary results of the most recent triennial valuation of the OMERS pension plans required under section 14 of determined under section 45 for the period commencing on the first anniversary and ending when the Sponsors Corporation passes a by-law under subsection (1). (6)  Members of the Administration Corporation are to be paid such remuneration and expenses as may be authorized by by-law of the Sponsors Corporation. 18. (9)  The chair of the Sponsors Corporation is to be chosen by the members of the Sponsors Corporation from among the members. 7. 7. The pension fund that is governed by the current Act is continued as the pension fund for the primary pension plan. The following are objects of the Sponsors Corporation: 1. 10. Transitional composition of the Administration Corporation. The actuarial valuation of each of the OMERS pension plans prepared by the actuary for the purposes of the Pension Benefits Act. The Sponsors Corporation shall rank the organizations according to the number of those members that each of them represents, and the organization representing the greatest number of those members is the largest organization. 48. (10)  Every member of the Sponsors Corporation is entitled to receive a copy of the mediator's report. (2)  No assets of the primary pension plan shall be used for the purpose of paying any optional benefit under a supplemental plan or funding the payment of any other liability of a supplemental plan. 6. The Sponsors Corporation does not, within 30 days after the meeting at which the proposal is first considered, decide by an affirmative vote of two-thirds of its members to accept the proposal, with or without amendments or decide by an Sponsors Corporation. 41. Only those If the Sponsors Corporation has not passed a by-law under subsection (1) on or before the day that is the first anniversary of the day that subsection 22 (1) comes into force, the composition of the Sponsors Corporation is as determined An annual benefit accrual rate that is 2.33 per cent for members under the supplemental plan. additional contributions for past service. Subsection 20 (2) of the Child and Family Services Act is amended by striking out "Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act" and substituting (3)  The Sponsors Corporation may enter into an agreement described in subsection (1) only if the Administration Corporation has agreed to act as an agent of the administrator of the pension plan or has agreed to manage the pension 2005 The Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System is continued and is composed of the OMERS pension plans and any retirement compensation arrangements that provide benefits for members and former members of the OMERS pension plans. Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act. and substituting "shall be deemed to be a local board for the purposes of the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act, 2005". 4. 5. Annual Performance Report 2010 1. One person is to be representative of members of the OMERS pension plans who are paramedics represented for collective bargaining purposes by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (Ontario) or the Ontario Public Service Employees Union. board can make to the OMERS pension plan. employees. Hills, Vice Chair Robert E. Rubin, Vice Chair Jeff rey L. Bewkes Henry S. Bienen (a) a benefit described in paragraph 1 of subsection (3); (b) the benefits described in paragraphs 2 and 4 of subsection (3); (c) a benefit described in paragraph 6 of subsection (3); or. 1. Annual report. (4)  The Corporations Act and the Corporations Information Act do not apply to the Administration Corporation. Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act If any of those organizations fails to choose a person within the specified period, the Sponsors Corporation shall invite the next-largest organization to choose the person within the period specified by the Sponsors Corporation. 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