R-15.1, r. 1.2 - Regulation respecting the funding of multi-jurisdictional defined benefit pension plans

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8. Where the degree of solvency of a multi-jurisdictional pension plan determined in an actuarial valuation after 30 December 2018 in which the amount of the actuarial deficiency referred to in sections 131 and 132 of the Act is less than 75% must be established, a solvency deficiency must be determined at the date of the actuarial valuation.
The solvency deficiency corresponds, at the date of the actuarial valuation referred to in the first paragraph, to the amount by which 75% of the plan’s liabilities on a solvency basis exceeds the plan’s assets to which the following is added:
(1)  the special improvement payment provided for in section 139 of the Act;
(2)  the current value of the amortization payments provided for at the date of the actuarial valuation to amortize, in the 5 years following that date, any funding deficiency; the interest rate used to establish the value is the same as the one used to establish the plan’s liabilities on a solvency basis.
For the purposes of the second paragraph, the plan’s liabilities include the value of the additional obligations arising from any amendment to the plan considered for the first time at the date of the actuarial valuation, calculated on the assumption that the effective date of the amendment is the valuation date.
374-2019O.C. 374-2019, s. 8.
In force: 2019-04-25
8. Where the degree of solvency of a multi-jurisdictional pension plan determined in an actuarial valuation after 30 December 2018 in which the amount of the actuarial deficiency referred to in sections 131 and 132 of the Act is less than 75% must be established, a solvency deficiency must be determined at the date of the actuarial valuation.
The solvency deficiency corresponds, at the date of the actuarial valuation referred to in the first paragraph, to the amount by which 75% of the plan’s liabilities on a solvency basis exceeds the plan’s assets to which the following is added:
(1)  the special improvement payment provided for in section 139 of the Act;
(2)  the current value of the amortization payments provided for at the date of the actuarial valuation to amortize, in the 5 years following that date, any funding deficiency; the interest rate used to establish the value is the same as the one used to establish the plan’s liabilities on a solvency basis.
For the purposes of the second paragraph, the plan’s liabilities include the value of the additional obligations arising from any amendment to the plan considered for the first time at the date of the actuarial valuation, calculated on the assumption that the effective date of the amendment is the valuation date.
374-2019O.C. 374-2019, s. 8.