Do you have an exciting hobby? A volunteer position in the community? Maybe you like to travel?
The CAAT Pension Plan has again posted strong results and remains fully-funded. For members this ensures ongoing stability of both contributions and benefits.
If you’ve read the results of the 2013 Stakeholder survey, you’ll know that 84% of active members and 93% of retired members believe they derive excellent or good value for their money from their participation in the CAAT Plan.
What’s more, 91% of members are concerned that public sector pension plans could face pressure to change if public opinion compels legislators to introduce changes.
Effective January 1, 2014, Dr. Steve Hudson, who is the Vice-President, Academic at Niagara College has joined the Sponsors’ Committee as an Employer representative. We are happy to welcome Dr. Hudson to the Plan.
Did you miss the March 5 webinar? Visit our webpage ‘An Alignment of Interests’ to watch the recorded version of the webinar, download the slides and read the transcript.
The Q&A below is just a sample of the many questions we received during the webinar. If you have questions, click here to ask us.
The CAAT Pension Plan name hasn’t changed yet, but we are currently in talks with universities interested in joining our Plan.
The university merger initiative is an important step in the evolution of the CAAT Pension Plan. We’d like to tell you more about it during a webinar hosted by Derek Dobson.
The CAAT Pension Plan is engaged in talks with interested universities to merge their pension plans into the CAAT Plan.
Our Fall 2013 survey of 24 stakeholder groups gathered views from 4,700 individuals and affirmed that our strategic focus of pursuing value, stability and growth is the correct course to serve our members and employers.
Read the October 2013 Retired Member Newsletter here.