Retired Member Newsletter

Posted for Retired Members, January 11, 2019

DBplus provides pensions to more Canadians

Benefit security is the CAAT Plan’s main priority and a key area of focus for the Plan’s governors. Building reserves and diversifying Plan membership are some of the ways the Plan manages risk to stay strong and relevant for current and future members.  Read more…

Plan Text Amendments ensure CAAT Plan is ready for growth across Canada

As part of the ongoing initiative to provide more working Canadians with defined benefit pensions in retirement, CAAT has recently welcomed new members from across the country.  Read more…

Member surveys show strong trust in Plan

Our annual surveys of retired and active members finished in September and the findings are steady and strong. Nearly 2,900 retired members and more than 3,100 active members responded, up slightly from last year.  Read more…

Stay current on joint governance

Joint governance ensures employees and employers have an equal voice in the Plan’s decisions. It also balances different perspectives and interests, promotes collegiality, and ensures there is a collective focus on the Plan’s long-term security. Read more…

Keep the Plan up-to-date with the Change Request form

If you have any changes to report, use the Retired Member or Surviving Spouse Change Request form in this package, and return the completed and signed form to the CAAT Pension Plan.  Read more…