Pension Governance Education Program (PGEP) for Pension and Other Long-Horizon Investment Institutions
The Pension Governance Education Program (PGEP) is a unique international governance program designed for board members of large pension funds and long-horizon investment institutions around the globe.
Organized by ICPM and Rotman Executive Programs at the University of Toronto, the program instills best practices in key areas such as organizational mission, fiduciary duties, investment styles, risk management and human resources management, including compensation.
Please Note: The 2020 Pension Governance Education Program has been postponed until April 19-23, 2021. As ICPM continues to monitor the evolving situation regarding COVID-19, we have decided to postpone our upcoming pension education programs. The health and safety of our delegates, staff and speakers are a priority to ICPM. Please save the new dates in your calendar. We will keep you posted as we confirm the new details.
Who Should Attend?
The program has been developed specifically for board members of ICPM Research Partners. It focuses on global pension perspectives and attracts international participants. It has served more than 250 attendees since its inception in 2011.
Limited to 35 people per session, the program builds relevant skills and knowledge for existing board members and supports ongoing board renewal by helping to prepare new board members to fulfil their governance responsibilities.