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June 2003

Benefits and Pension Monitor June 2003

EAFE and Emerging Markets Annual Report And Directory

Compensation
Severance Practices Differ Around World
By Bob Boyd  

Changing The Face Of Long-Term Incentives
By Brent Longnecker & Nathan White 


Disability Management
Auditing As A Performance Tool
By Liz Scott 


Benefits
Beyond SARS: Developing Health-Related Emergency Policies
By Anne Nicoll


DC Pensions
So, When Can I Afford To Retire?
By David Howe 


Pension Plans
The Fundamental Promise – Going Beyond Semantics
By Joan Johannson


Annual Report On EAFE & Emerging Markets

China – The New Investment Frontier
By Jonathan L. Passmore & Ping Zhou


Technology For Today’s Plan Sponsor
Member Service: What’s Your Weakest Link?
By Gerry Kirk 

Electronic Communications In Pension Plan Administration
By Sonia Mak 


Giving Paperwork And Pensions A New Start
By Scott Hughes 

Alternative Investment
LSIFs Find Their Roots
By John Sterling 

Risk Management
Why Bother With Risk Control?
By Dr. Robert Fernholz & Jennifer Winfield

Responding To The Tough Times
By Bob Collie

Letters
Today’s Markets Move Volatile
By Bob Milner and André Simard

Profile
John D. Cannell, Manager and Treasurer, Toronto Transit Commission Pension Fund Society

The Back Page
Weren’t We Just Talking About Spending Surpluses?
By Jim Helik

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