Partner and Consultant of Robertson, Eadie & Associates
Stephen A. Eadie is a founding Partner of Robertson, Eadie & Associates Ltd., where he engages his passion to deliver access to good pensions to all Canadians. He currently serves as Chief Executive Officer and Ultimate Designated Person for ICPP Funds Ltd, a subsidiary of Robertson Eadie and Associates Ltd. He has worked in the pension industry for more than 35 years.
His experience and actuarial training provide him the skills needed to design, implement and administer unique retirement savings solutions for Canadians. He currently focuses on the design and implementation of the Ideal Canadian Pension Plan, a unique retirement income program for Canadians who work in the private sector. This includes direct participation in the management of the ICPP Funds Ltd. investment funds and the maintenance of the ICPP Total Index, a proprietary benchmark for measuring long-term investment management success. He has partnered with many clients to help members fulfill their role in identifying and achieving their financial goals in retirement.
He is a Fellow of both the Society of Actuaries and the Canadian Institute of Actuaries.
Steve served as the General Chair on the Society of Actuaries’ Education Committee Executive. He has authored study notes for the Society of Actuaries’ examinations and has written extensive materials for the Society of Actuaries’ Fundamentals of Actuarial Practice course. He also served as a member of the global CERA Review Panel that is charged with reviewing worldwide education systems in the field of Enterprise Risk Management. He was a member of the International Actuarial Association’s Accreditation and Education Committees for many years.
He received recognition from the Society of Actuaries as an Outstanding Volunteer of the Year in 2011 and received the Distinguished Service Award in 2017.
Steve has also been very involved with the Canadian Institute of Actuaries. He received the Gold Volunteer Award in 2007 for his extensive lifetime volunteer work on behalf of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries. This included work on behalf of the Expert Evidence Committee, the Pension Plan Financial Reporting Committee and the Emerging Issues Committee.
He currently serves as a chair of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries’ Committee on Professional Conduct.
Steve graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 1981 with an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Actuarial Science. Upon graduation, he received the London Life Gold Medal.