RTO Pension and Benefits Committee: 2021-2022

2021-20202Pension and Benefits Committee:

Mandate: - The Pension & Benefits Committee shall be chaired by the elected Pension Committee member
- There shall be a maximum of five members on this Committee
- Report through the Chair
- Elected for a one-year term with a second term possible
- Review each annual actuarial valuation
- Publish, at regular intervals, Pension & Benefits information for the membership via The Retired Teacher
- Thoroughly review each “Comprehensive Review” of the Pension Fund
- Review NSTU Council Resolutions related to the Pension Plan and make such recommendations as deemed       appropriate
- Propose Pension & Benefit changes to the NSTU Pension Committee via the RTO Executive
- Upon invitation, participate in the annual meeting between the NSTU Insurance Trustees and the RTO Executive
- Keep informed of the workings of the NSTU Pension Committee via the RTO member on the Committee
- Study and report on items referred by the RTO Executive

Chair 2021-2022
Brian Noble 5235 Highway 340
Forest Glen, N.S.
B5A 5P9
Jim Kavanaugh 3238 Nicholson Avenue
New Waterford, N.S.
B1H 1P
Brian Faught 25 Regent Street.
Amherst, N.S.
B4H 3S8
Joyce Lively 11 Louisa St.,
Sydney, NS
B1P 6E9
Ann Jessome 26 Eastview Drive,
Halifax, NS
B3P 1E6

Last Updated: August 15th., 2021