Board of Trustees - Chair and Vice-Chair: Donald Wright was appointed to the role of Chair of the Board and Beverly Townsend was appointed to the role of Vice-Chair, effective April 1, 2016.
With only five internal investment professionals, the CAAT Pension Plan’s investment team demonstrates that a relatively small team can deliver investment returns that rank among the best in the country.
As a retired member or surviving spouse of the CAAT Pension Plan, your pension payments are made directly into your bank account via direct deposit.
(Toronto: December 12, 2016) The merger between the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) pension plan and the Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology (CAAT) Pension Plan received final approval from the Financial Services Commission of Ontario earlier today.
The CAAT Pension Plan’s inflation protection rate for 2017 will be 1.01%. The increase takes effect January 1, 2017.
“When do you want to retire?” A simple question with a lot of different answers. Everyone has a different scenario in their minds when they consider when to retire. Fortunately, the CAAT Pension Plan offers flexible retirement dates. Here are three common approaches:
When you retire with a pension from the CAAT Plan, your pension payments are made directly into your bank account via direct deposit. The new Direct Deposit form makes it easy for you to send your banking information to the CAAT Pension Plan when it’s time to start your pension, or if you are setting up a one-time deposit for a lump sum cash payment.
This month, we introduce the experts behind the Plan’s strong investment performance, and see how their efforts contribute to your benefit security.
As the CAAT Pension Plan is a jointly-sponsored pension plan, employers and members together share responsibility for your retirement security through governance representation. The following changes have recently taken place on the Board of Trustees and the Sponsors’ Committee.
During the course of your membership in the Plan you receive correspondence from us, such as Annual Statements, membership and retirement certificates, and option documents. You may have noticed that some of your documents now contain a six-digit number referred to as your Member ID.