CANADA - The C$36bn Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System (OMERS) has appointed David Kingston new chair of the board and Marianne Love as vice chair.
Kingston will replace Frederick Biro, who served as board chair for two terms. Biro was first appointed to the board as an employer representative in 2000.
Kingston joined the OMERS board in December 2000 and served two terms as vice chair. He is a former board member with the Police Association of Ontario.
Love was first appointed to the OMERS board in April 1999, and is a policy advisor with the Association of Municipalities of Ontario.
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