2018 Annual Pension Statement and OPB News available online
We're pleased to announce that your Annual Pension Statement for 2018 is now available to view online through your e-services account.
OPB News: Phase 2 contribution rate increase begins this month
We want to remind you that Phase 2 takes effect on your first full pay this month (0.5%).
OPB News: Thinking of retiring?
If you’re getting ready to retire, it’s important that you understand how the process works.
Mark Fuller: Sharing responsibility for creating a sustainable retirement system in Canada
On December 10, 2015, President & CEO Mark Fuller spoke to the Actuarial Standards Oversight Council about the challenges the Canadian retirement system is facing.
Ontario Pension Board earns 6.14 per cent investment return in 2015; funded status remains steady at 98 per cent
Net investment income during the year amounted to $1.22 billion and net assets grew to $23 billion at year end.
Driving Innovation - Experience OPB's 2015 Annual Report
We're pleased to announce that our interactive 2015 Annual Report site is now available for online viewing.
Ontario Pension Board welcomes the creation of an asset pooling arrangement
The IMCO Act enables OPB, WSIB, and other broader public sector entities to pool the management of their assets together through IMCO.
Benefits Canada publishes article by CEO Mark Fuller on the case for asset pooling
Benefits Canada has published an article by our President & CEO Mark Fuller on why OPB believes asset pooling makes sense.
OPB's CEO Mark Fuller named finalist for Benefits Canada's Industry Leadership Award
CEO Mark Fuller has been recognized by Benefits Canada for his contribution to the pension industry.
Bert Clark named CEO of IMCO
Bert Clark has been named CEO of Investment Management Corporation of Ontario and will manage the investment portfolios of OPB, WSIB, and other public sector entities.
Benefits Canada publishes article by Chief Pension Officer Peter Shena on OPB's evolving advisory services model
Benefits Canada has published an article by our EVP and Chief Pension Officer, Peter Shena, on OPB's transition to advisory services.