9. If a beneficiary representative has the authority to act on behalf of a beneficiary with respect to any matter under this Part, the administrator shall deal with the beneficiary representative.
Documents and Information To Be Filed with Superintendent
10. The administrator shall file the following documents and information with the Superintendent:
(a) written notification that the initial solvency deficiency is to be funded in accordance with this Part;
(b) the actuarial report valuing the plan as of the day on which the initial solvency deficiency emerged;
(c) other than in the case of a multi-employer pension plan, a written statement confirming that a resolution of the board of directors of the employer has been passed, if the employer is a corporation, or, if the employer is not a corporation, an approval of the persons who have the authority to direct or authorize the actions of that body, has been given, authorizing the special payment schedule calculated in accordance with this Part; and
(d) a written statement confirming that the information set out in section 8 has been provided to the beneficiaries or to the beneficiary representatives and that less than one third of the members have objected and less than one third of the beneficiaries excluding members have objected.
Prescribed Solvency Ratio
11. For the purposes of paragraph 10.1(2)(b) of the Act, the prescribed solvency ratio level for the first five plan years of funding in accordance with this Part is the solvency ratio calculated on the basis of the most recent actuarial report.
- SOR/2011-85, s. 18.
New Solvency Deficiency
12. (1) Despite section 9 of the Pension Benefits Standards Regulations, 1985, a solvency deficiency that emerges after the day on which the initial solvency deficiency emerged shall be calculated as the amount by which the solvency liabilities exceed the sum of the following amounts:
(a) the adjusted solvency asset amount,
(b) the present value of special payments made under section 6 or 7 if at least one of those payments is due more than five years after the valuation date, and
(c) the present value of the going concern special payments that were used to fund the initial solvency deficiency that are due during the period beginning on the valuation date and ending on the 10th anniversary of the date of emergence of the initial solvency deficiency if at least one of those payments is due more than five years after the valuation date.
(2) The interest rate used to determine the present value of the special payments referred to in subsection (1) is the same as the interest rate used to determine the solvency liabilities.
- SOR/2010-149, s. 10.
Termination of Plan
13. If a plan is fully terminated and on the day on which it terminates the liabilities of the plan exceed its assets, the lesser of the amount determined in subsection 6(4) and the amount by which the liabilities of the plan exceed its assets shall immediately be remitted to the pension fund.
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