Allyson Marta practises exclusively in the area of Pensions and Benefits law. Her practice focuses on pensions and benefits in corporate transactions, creditor/debtor agreements, and restructurings and insolvencies. She advises clients in both the public and private sectors with respect to pension plan compliance, governance, investments, and administration. Allyson also assists clients with navigating legal and regulatory matters related to retirement and benefit plans more broadly.
Allyson is active in pensions and benefits industry groups, including as a member of the Association of Canadian Pension Management – Ontario Regional Council and as an executive with the Ontario Bar Association – Pensions and Benefits Law Section.
Prior to joining Fasken, Allyson practiced law with a full-service national firm and was a legal consultant at the Toronto office of one of the leading global human capital and management consulting firms. In those roles, she advised on pension and benefits matters in a broad range of corporate transactions, as wells as administrative, compliance and strategic matters related to pension plans.