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A leader in total rewards in Canada

Benefit from the leading-edge advice of our team of experts for a competitive total rewards offering.

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Discover our Pension Plan Administration expertise

We create human capital and financial performance with our clients through the excellence of our experts ignited by a total rewards mindset.

Since 1992, we have been sharing our cutting-edge knowledge in all our areas of expertise. Normandin Beaudry sets itself apart as a firm that is committed to straight talk: we’re always there in black and white.

1992

Normandin Beaudry is founded

Owned exclusively by its professionals

Count on the presence and stability of key employees

350 employees

ignited by a total rewards mindset

A leader

in total rewards and actuarial consulting in Montreal, Toronto and Quebec

An enviable roster of Canadian clients

Major corporations, SMBs, para-governmental organizations, municipalities and non-profit organizations

Areas of expertise

  • Health
  • Performance
  • Group Benefits
  • Investment Consulting
  • Savings
  • Communication
  • Pension
  • Compensation
  • Pension Plan Administration

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Normandin Beaudry expands Consulting Reach with New Global Joint Venture, joining MBWL International as an Equal Partner

Normandin Beaudry, a leader in actuarial and total rewards consulting services, today announced that it has joined MBWL International (MBWL), an international joint venture between Barnett Waddingham, Milliman, and Lurse, as the fourth equal Joint Venture (JV) partner. This new partnership will enable Normandin Beaudry to extend services to Canadian companies with cross-border requirements. 

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Normandin Beaudry Pension Plan Financial Position Index, September 30, 2023

The average pension plan’s going concern position remained relatively stable in Q3 and since the beginning of the year, whereas their solvency position improved during those same periods. Higher interest rates are generally favourable for pension plans, whose financial situation has remained at enviable levels for some quarters.

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Closing the gap: British Columbia passes pay transparency legislation

On May 11, 2023, British Columbia passed the Pay Transparency Act, also known as Bill 13. This new legislation aims to address systemic discrimination in the workplace by fostering transparency in pay practices.

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