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FCAA is Saskatchewan’s financial and consumer marketplace regulator.
The FCAA is responsible for administering Saskatchewan’s The Pension Benefits Act, 1992 (the Act). With a few exceptions, the Act applies to employer-sponsored pension plans to which Saskatchewan residents are members. The FCAA is also responsible for administering the pension laws of other jurisdictions, in cases where a plan is registered in Saskatchewan and has members from outside the provincee.
Additionally the FCAA is responsible for administering The Pooled Registered Pension Plans (Saskatchewan ) Act. However, pursuant to an agreement with the Government of Canada and several provincial governments, the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI), a federal body, is responsible for the regulation and supervision of Pooled Registered Pension Plans (PRPPs), including those which provide benefits to Saskatchewan residents.
Consult the resources below for information on a number of important topics.
Find FAQs about pensions and retirement.
Understand pension language and terms.
Points to consider if receiving a lump sum pension payment.
Tips to help you meet your retirement goals.
Find forms for various pension entitlements.
Learn about different types of pension plans and how they work by consulting our guides and bulletins.
Find useful links to other pension related websites.
Learn about PRPPs.
Find a list of registered pension plans in Saskatchewan.
This section contains documents relating to decisions made by the Superintendent of Pensions.
How to maximize your Defined Contribution Pension.