Corporate Board

The Corporate Board is entrusted to take the right financial steps now so that the Plan is sustainable in years to come. As the trustee and legal governing body of the Corporation, we have a fiduciary responsibility to our members and to the corporation. We oversee the Plan Fund, including the supervision of asset investments as well as other fiduciary and administrative duties related to the Plan. In addition, we provide advice and recommendations to the Sponsor group on Plan design, maximum contribution threshold, and funding policy when requested.

One of our objectives is to ensure pension funds are invested wisely so that your money makes money. In 2018, 80% of every dollar paid to a pensioner came from investment money, and we want to build on that through fact-based decision making with your financial future always top of mind.

What We Do

  • Establish the investment policy based on the Sponsor Board’s risk parameters
  • Carry out the actuarial valuation process which sets the stage for contribution rate level
  • Oversee the Plan’s operations and performance
  • Oversee the audit of the Plan
  • Communicate to Plan members on the financial health of the Plan

Who We Are

Members of the Corporate Board are appointed by SFPP sponsors. Corporate Board directors are appointed for three-year terms and may be reappointed to a maximum of 10 years.

Doris Wilson

Doris Wilson (Chair)

City of Calgary
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Mike Baker

Mike Baker (Vice-Chair)

Calgary Police Association
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Jason Elliot

Jason Elliot

Municipalities of Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Lacombe, Camrose, and Taber
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Marc Gaumont

Marc Gaumont

Police Associations of Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Lacombe, Camrose, and Taber
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Jodie Graham

Jodie Graham

City of Edmonton
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Dave Paton

Dave Paton

Edmonton Police Association
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Compensation Disclosure

Compensation Disclosure - new document coming soon

Board Appeals

The SFPP Corporate Board of Directors has the authority to hear appeals regarding decisions from the Plan’s administrator, Alberta Pensions Services Corporation (APS) which affect individual plan members. First, the individual requesting the appeal must take certain steps with APS and within specified timeframes. More about that here.

In order to appeal to the Board of Directors, you will be required to submit a written statement with specific details about the issue at hand. Alternatively, you can fill out the Notice of Appeal form.