Government of Saskatchewan
Monday, April 23, 2018
Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority

Pursuant to The Pension Benefits Act, 1992 (the Act), a pension plan administrator (Administrator) of a pension plan (plan) registered under the Act must file a termination report with the Superintendent of Pensions (Superintendent) within 60 days after the termination of a plan. 

Please refer to our publication “Guide – Pension Plan Termination” (below) for more information about the requirements related to a partial and full pension plan termination.

The termination report and supporting information is required to be filed electronically via the FCAA Registration and Licensing System (RLS). On the RLS webpage (link below) - you will find instruction guides and data lists to assist you in filing the termination information via RLS.

Type of Events that the RLS “Plan Termination” Process Manages

The “Plan Termination” event in RLS is designed to manage the following events:

  • Full plan termination
  • Full merger out of the plan and into another plan

The amendment related to the above events is managed directly within the “Plan Termination” event itself.  In the case of the above events, do not trigger an “Amendment” event in RLS as well. 

Type of Events that the RLS “Plan Termination” Process DOES NOT Manage

The “Plan Termination” event in RLS is not designed to manage the following events:

  • Partial plan termination
  • Partial merger out of the plan and into another plan
  • Full merger out of another plan and into the plan

In the case of the above events, do not trigger a “Plan Termination” event in RLS as well.  Rather, trigger a “Plan Amendment” event in RLS.  The supporting documents related to these events, including, for example, a partial plan termination report, will be managed in the “Plan Amendment” event of RLS.



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