MEPP Commission Composition Review
A review of the composition of the Municipal Employees’ Pension Commission (the Commission) is required every five years; the last review was conducted in 2010. The Minister of Finance has appointed Croll Consulting (Nancy Croll) to review the composition of the Commission. Consultations with stakeholders, including pensioners, are now underway.
The 10 person Commission is responsible for the administration of the Municipal Employees’ Pension Fund. Currently, members are appointed on behalf of employers and employees (five each). The Commission selects the Chair and Vice-Chair. The full term of office is four years; a member may be appointed for two full terms.
This review will examine the current composition of the Commission to ensure it continues to be appropriate. Other administrative matters associated with the operation of the Commission will also be considered.
This review of the Commission will not examine contribution levels or the benefits provided by the Municipal Employees’ Pension Plan.
Stakeholders and pensioners that have feedback on the composition of the Commission are invited to provide written input to Ms. Croll by September 30, 2015.
About Nancy Croll
Ms. Croll has wide-ranging experience in public policy development, change management, human resource management and financial analysis. In her more than thirty-year career with the Saskatchewan Public Sector, Ms. Croll served in several capacities including:
Executive Director, Crown Sector Human Resources, Crown Investment Corporation
Director, Policy Analysis and Strategic Direction, Labour and Aboriginal Initiatives, Crown Investments Corporation
Director, Strategic Human Resource Policy, Saskatchewan Public Service Commission
Retired since 2014, Ms. Croll operates a consulting practice, Croll Consulting. In 2014 she was appointed to the Saskatchewan Public Service Commission as a Commissioner. She continues to be active with the Institute of Public Administration of Canada as a member of the National Research and Professional Practices Committee.
Ms. Croll can be contacted at CommissionReview@peba.gov.sk.ca.
Your submission can be completed online by clicking here, or you can contribute a submission regarding the composition of the Commission by responding to the questions below. Please provide your contact information, as Ms. Croll may contact you for further discussion.
- Does the composition of the Municipal Employees’ Pension Commission remain appropriate?
If not, in what way should the composition of the Commission be amended and what is the rationale for any suggested changes?
Are there other issues related to the composition of the Commission that you believe should be considered as part of this review?
If so, what are they and why do you feel the matter is important?
What suggestions might you have as to the best way to consult with pensioners who do not have a representative organization?
Submit by mail to:
Public Employees Benefits Agency
1000 – 1801 Hamilton Street
REGINA, SK S4P 4W3
Phone: (306) 787-5118
Results Submitted March 2011
December 31, 2014