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Posted for
Retired Members
June 22, 2015

The 2015 Retired Member survey is now closed. Stay tuned for a summary of the survey results in an upcoming newsletter.

Survey results will be reported in a future newsletter.

Thank you in advance for taking the survey!

 

Posted for
Retired Members
June 18, 2015

Your June 2015 Retired Member Newsletter is now online.

Posted for
Retired Members
June 18, 2015

As the CAAT Plan celebrates 20 years of joint spon­sorship, here’s a look at why the Plan is considered a model of joint governance.

Posted for
Retired Members
June 18, 2015

At the CAAT Pension Plan, appointments to the Board of Trustees and Sponsors’ Commit­tee are made through OPSEU and OCASA on behalf of members, and Colleges Ontario on behalf of the employers.

Posted for
Retired Members
June 18, 2015

The CAAT Plan’s most recent filed actuarial valuation (January 2015) shows the Plan is 107% funded, with a going-concern funding reserve of $773 million (an increase from 105% and $525 million in 2014).

Posted for
Retired Members
June 18, 2015

This year, your Retired Member Statement included a Pension Confirmation form which we asked you to complete and return to us.

Posted for
Everyone
April 15, 2015

Plan assets at $8 billion with a going-concern funding reserve of $773 million

The CAAT Pension Plan today announced a 11.5% rate of return net of investment management fees of 77 basis points for the year ended December 31, 2014.The Plan’s net assets increased to $8 billion from $7.1 billion the previous year.

Posted for
Everyone
March 31, 2015

The CAAT Plan’s most recent actuarial valuation (January 2015) shows the Plan is 107% funded, with a going-concern funding reserve of $773 million (an increase from 105% and $525 million in 2014).

Posted for
Retired Members
March 26, 2015

Read the first Retired Member Newsletter of 2015

Posted for
Retired Members
March 26, 2015
Your Retired Member Annual Statement is being delivered in April. It has undergone some important changes this year. You can still review your pension amount, the impact of inflation protection, and your beneficiary information, but this year we’ve added something new.

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