Ontario

Murray Gold

Senior Partner, Koskie Minsky LLP

Murray Gold is a Senior Partner in the pension and benefits practice at Koskie Minsky LLP. Murray advises governing boards of the public sector and jointly trusteed pension and benefits plans across Canada in regard to compliance and best-practice issues. He counsels the fiduciary boards of public and private sector pension and benefits plans. He has led governance and financial restructurings of major public sector pension and benefits arrangements in Ontario, British Columbia, Newfoundland and Alberta.

In 2009 and 2010, he led Koskie Minsky’s team in establishing Canada’s first funded postretirement health care trust in the auto sector. He worked with stakeholders to create the tax and governance framework for Canada’s first Employee Life and Health Trust. He has since coordinated Koskie Minsky’s teams and worked closely with stakeholders in the governance and financial restructuring of health benefits arrangements in Ontario’s education sector and British Columbia’s health sector.

Murray is a Fellow of the Ontario Teachers’ Federation, an honor in recognition of his work in regard to the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan. Murray graduated from Harvard University with an A.B. and from the University of Toronto Law School. Murray was Koskie Minsky’s Managing Partner for two terms, from 2012 to 2016.

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