- Mortgage Brokers
- Pension Plans
- Financial Institutions
- C.U. Deposit Insurance
Concordance: Alberta and BC Act
Concordance: Alberta and BC Regulation
Order of Lieutenant Governor in Council (PBSR 2019 Funding Amendment)
The objective of the Superintendent of Pensions is to enhance the retirement income security of British Columbians by
There are approximately 677 employment pension plans registered in British Columbia, including public sector plans. These plans cover approximately 1,118,000 members who are employed and accruing benefits or continue to have benefit entitlements under the plans or are already receiving retirement benefits.
British Columbia members of pension plans registered in other provinces in Canada are also protected by the PBSA.
The PBSA does not have jurisdiction over pension plans covering federal public sector employees, or private sector employees working in federally regulated industries such as banks, airlines, broadcasting and telecommunications or jurisdictions such as Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Yukon.