Read the Member Newsletter for September 2018
Andrew Mathenge is the Director of Information Technology at the CAAT Pension Plan. An important part of Andrew’s responsibilities is cybersecurity.
This month, Andrew talks about the importance of cybersecurity at the CAAT Pension Plan and at home.
As the CAAT Plan is a jointly sponsored pension plan, members and employers are equally represented on the Board of Trustees and Sponsors’ Committee.
The following changes have recently taken place.
The Lambton College Student Administrative Council joined the CAAT Pension Plan, effective May 1, 2018, as its newest employer. The Student Administrative Council represents all full-time students at Lambton College.
A positive change for members who work part-time or on contract will take effect on January 1, 2019.
The focus of DBplus is on maximizing lifetime pensions for members who work part-time or on contract.
During our member webinars in June, members asked a number of questions about DBplus. Here are the top six questions we’ve received about the new plan design.
According to news reports, rotating postal strikes are possible as early as October 22, 2018.
We have contingency plans in place to ensure you will not be unduly inconvenienced:
On June 27, Derek Dobson, CEO & Plan Manager of the CAAT Pension Plan, presented a webinar to inform members about DBplus, the new design offered by the CAAT Pension Plan. The webinar has been re-recorded in French for our Francophone members, and is now posted the French version of our DBplus page.
Our annual survey of Retired Members and Surviving Spouses is underway. Please watch your mail for a green postcard with the passcode to access.