Pension & savings
Improving the financial wellbeing of people and the organizational resilience of employers and fiduciaries since 1966
Of pensions and savings plans supported.
Our trust is earned
With eight offices across Canada plus a network of international teams, we advise and support over 500 pension and savings plans in the public and private sectors.
We also assume direct fiduciary responsibility, working with pension regulators, in cases of employer sponsor insolvency.
Offering a wide-ranging array of expert services, backed by technology
Learn more about each LifeWorks offering, led by experts in each specific area, who will co-develop the solutions to work best for your unique people and organizational needs.
Bespoke strategies to boost individual financial wellbeing and control organizational cost and risk.
Trusted support to meet your fiduciary duties, remain compliant, and proactively manage all areas of risk.
Control unwanted risks, seize upside potential and reduce unnecessary costs.
Leverage our track record and expertise to make optimal risk transfer decisions with confidence.
Meet your regulatory needs for funding and accounting valuations with insights that improve resiliency and outcomes for your organization and its plan members.
White-glove service and industry-leading technology syncs with the most complex organizational models.
Canada’s largest pension fiduciary administrator uses innovative means to safely manage, restructure and wind up plans when sponsors can no longer support them.
Contain costs, mitigate risks and ensure efficient operations while engaging and supporting employees’ financial wellbeing.
Simplify fiduciary responsibilities and bolster your pension governance with LifeWorks as your Chief Investment Officer.
Our flexible system can integrate with any plan design. Our retirement tools engage a far higher proportion of employees than the industry average.
Satisfied clients with average tenure of over
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The results presented in this report are an analysis of responses collected from a broad cross-section of industries representing approximately 900 Canadian organizations on their expected changes in compensation for 2021.