Randy V. Bauslaugh
Randy V. Bauslaugh
(416) 601-7695
(416) 868-0673
66 Wellington St W, Suite 5300, TD Bank Twr, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1983 (ON)
Randy has national and international experience including advising Canadian and foreign governments on changes to pension and social security legislation, litigating high-profile pension and benefit matters, merging and dividing pension and other benefit plans, drafting plan documents, devising pension and other employee benefit plan investment structures, and speaking and advising on governance matters. He is considered a leading national and international legal expert on ESG and climate change integration in pension fund management. Randy brings a practical perspective to fiduciary governance and policy development, as he is also a corporate director and a professional trustee of Canada’s largest jointly trusteed Employer Life and Health Trust.
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