Jordan Fremont joins Bennett Jones in Toronto

Jordan Fremont has joined Bennett Jones LLP as partner on its pensions and benefits team, based in Toronto

Jordan Fremont joins Bennett Jones in Toronto
Jordan Fremont

Jordan Fremont has joined Bennett Jones LLP as partner on its pensions and benefits team, based in Toronto.

According to the firm’s announcement, Fremont’s practice revolves around providing employers, plan administrators and service providers with advice on areas related to pension, benefits and executive compensation. These include plan design, compliance, governance, administration, regulatory investigations, disputes and business transactions—including downsizings, spinoffs, mergers and acquisitions and wind-ups.

Fremont is the past chairman of the Canadian Pension and Benefits Institute, a member of the Board of Directors of the Pension Office of the Anglican Church of Canada, a member of the board of trustees for the Anglican Church of Canada's pension and benefits plans, and a member of the Benefits Canada Pension & Investment Advisory Board. 

Prior to joining Bennett Jones, Fremont was a partner for almost 15 years in the Toronto office of employment and human resources boutique law firm Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP, according to his LinkedIn profile.

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