FCAA is Saskatchewan’s financial and consumer marketplace regulator.
FCAA ensures that pension plans comply with The Pensions Benefits Act, 1992 (the Act), and the pension legislation of other jurisdictions, if applicable. It also ensures plans are funded in accordance with the rules in the Act.
See below for a variety of pension plan and administration resources.
Registration and Licensing System
Learn about the online system where the administrator is required to submit new plan applications, annual information returns, actuarial information, plan amendments and plan termination information.
Know the fees when filing submissions with the Superintendent of Pensions.
Guides, bulletins, and forms
View pension guides, bulletins and forms.
Learn how to establish a pension plan in Saskatchewan.
A guide to assist administrators in understanding the pension plan and their role.
Annual reporting requirements
Learn about annual information return requirements.
Learn how to amend a pension plan in Saskatchewan.
Learn about phased retirement options.
Amendments - benefit conversions
Learn about amendments related to the conversion of defined benefit provisions to defined contribution provisions.
Determining jurisdiction of membership
Learn about jurisdiction of membership rules.
Multi-jurisdictional pension plans
Learn about multi-jurisdictional pension plans.
Investing pension plan assets
Learn about investing pension plan assets.
Relationship breakdown rules
Learn about dividing pension benefits due to the breakdown of a relationship.
Learn about court-ordered maintenance payments.
Defined benefit plans – funding
Learn about funding and solvency relief.
Learn about transfer deficiencies.
Learn about limited liability plans.
Successor employer rules
Learn about successor employer rules.
Learn how to terminate a pension plan.
Find useful links to other pension related websites.
Registered pension plans in Saskatchewan
Find a list of registered pension plans in Saskatchewan.
View pension consultations.
This section contains documents relating to actions taken, such as consent orders, decision, administrative penalties and licence conditions.
Learn about PRPPs and their impact on LIRAs, pRRIFs, and pension plans.