The CAAT Pension Plan is proud to have been named to The Green 30 of 2013 as published by Maclean’s magazine in their May 20thedition. The Plan ranked number 6 overall on the list compiled by AON Hewitt. The Green 30 identifies the top 30 organizations in Canada in which employees believe they have incorporated environmental stewardship into their business model and corporate culture.
Delivering retirement income security
The CAAT Pension Plan is filing the January 1, 2013 actuarial valuation with the regulator. The valuation shows that the Plan has a going-concern surplus of $347 million, up from $154 million at the last valuation (January 1, 2012). This means the Plan is 103% funded on a going-concern basis.
We've revamped your Newsletter to make it more relevant to you as a retired member. Other news includes information on your first ever Retired Member Statement, new Plan governors, and information about Inflation Protection.
The CAAT Pension Plan has made a commitment to serve you better. Our goal is to provide communication you can use – making it relevant and personal to you as a retired member of the Plan.
The Board of Trustees welcomes three new members:
Inflation protection increases on pensions in payment will remain as previously announced:
In October, the CAAT Plan secured an agreement with the provincial government that allows Plan governors, who represent members and employers, to maintain control of the Plan, and the key levers that lead to stability.