Halifax, NS – April 29, 2020 – John Rogers has been selected as the new Chair of the trusteeship that manages the pension plan for Nova Scotia teachers represented by the Nova Scotia Teachers Union (NSTU). The plan also includes school administrators and faculty and professional support staff at the Nova Scotia Community College. The appointment is effective July 1, 2020.
Along with the neutral Chair, the board of Teachers' Pension Plan Trustee Inc (TPPTI) is comprised of four directors appointed by the NSTU and four directors appointed by the Province of Nova Scotia. Recently, both parties authorized a search process to select a replacement for outgoing Chair John Carter, whose maximum 10-year term ends on June 30, 2020.
The NSTU and the Province thank Mr. Carter for his major contributions and dedication over the last ten years.
“I’m looking forward to continuing the work of the directors to stabilize the teachers’ pension fund and ensure its long term health,” says Rogers. “It’s crucial we work collaboratively to develop innovative solutions to protect and strengthen the retirement incomes of the more than 20,000 Nova Scotians who belong to this plan.”
John Rogers, QC, ICD.D, was Chief Executive Officer/Managing Partner at Stewart McKelvey for more than 12 years. Currently he is serving as director of the Nova Scotia Health Authority; chair and member of the Board of Governors of Acadia University; and director and former chair of United Way Halifax. Previously he was chair and director of IWK Health Centre; chair and director of Halifax Chamber of Commerce; trustee of Legal Leaders for Diversity Trust Fund; campaign co-chair of United Way Halifax; director of Junior Achievement of Canada Foundation; and director and secretary of Discovery Centre.
Teachers’ Pension Plan Trustee Inc. is the trustee of Nova Scotia Teachers’ Pension Plan (TPP). TPPTI was established in 2006 under a joint trust agreement between the NSTU and the Province of Nova Scotia. TPPTI has the fiduciary responsibility for the TPP, is responsible for its operations and manages its investment assets. The TPPTI Board meets five to six times a year.
For more information, contact:
Senior Communications Advisor
Conseillère principale en communication
Nova Scotia Pension Services Corporation
P: 902-429-6432 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.novascotiapension.ca