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CSS Pension Plan announces new Executive Director​​​

The Board of Directors of the Co-operative Superannuation Society (CSS) Pension Plan is very pleased to announce that Mr. Martin McInnis will become the Plan’s Executive Director on January 2, 2017, following the retirement of General Manager Bill Turnbull. 

Martin brings a passion for co-opera
tive enterprise and holds a wide range of experience in the areas of strategic and operational management, risk management, technology and financial management, together with significant experience working in highly regulated industries. A seasoned manager and leader, Martin is a veteran of the credit union, management consulting and financial services industries. 

“I am very much looking forward to joining the team at CSS,” Martin said. “We clearly have a strong, member-centric team in place, as our pension plan has enjoyed exceptional returns at a very low-cost base over the years. The pension plan is a real competitive differentiator for our employer members in attracting talent to their organizations and to our employee members in advancing their long-term financial wellbeing. I’m excited to do my part to bring the benefits of our pension plan to even more co-operative enterprises across Canada.” 

Martin holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours in Computer Science) from the University of Saskatchewan, a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation and is a Chartered Professional Accountant (FCPA, FCMA). 

We are excited about the skills and expertise that Martin will bring to our organization within a rapidly changing environment, while maintaining our co-operative values and member focus in the pension industry,” said CSS Board President Al Meyer. “We would also like to express our thanks to Bill Turnbull for 18 years of exceptional member service, and we wish him all the best in his retirement.” 

n his spare time, Martin is an avid reader, blogger and lifelong learner. He and wife Lisa reside in Saskatoon and enjoy travelling, volunteering in the community, and spending time with family and friends. They have two children attending the University of Saskatchewan. 

lease join us in welcoming Martin to our CSS family. 

Co-operative Superannuation Society Board