About the CSSB
As the Plan trustee, the Board is required to:
- Manage The Civil Service Superannuation Fund in accordance with governing legislation in the interest of Plan members and their beneficiaries
- Obtain an actuarial valuation every three years
- Regularly review its investment policy
- Obtain an independent audit each year
- Prepare an Annual Report
The day-to-day management of invested assets and the delivery of pension and insurance benefits are accomplished by a dedicated and diverse team consisting of approximately 50 staff members.
A professional, sustainable pension plan designed for the future of our members.
Our Mission and Purpose
To deliver to our plan members their pension entitlements.
We will do this by:
- Acting collaboratively with each other, with employers and with the plan sponsor, constantly seeking member-focussed outcomes.
- Prudently investing and monitoring plan assets.
- Delivering timely, accurate information to members, allowing them to make educated, informed decisions.
- Fostering a working environment that attracts and retains motivated, talented people.
In our relationships, decisions, words and actions, we are guided by the following values:
- Staying resolutely member-focused; always seeking the best outcomes for our members;
- Acting with integrity, professionalism and excellence;
- Ensuring transparency and accountability to our members and other stakeholders;
- Pursuing and rewarding innovation, in the interests of best outcomes;
- Modelling and fostering collaboration and respectful action as the means of pursuing best member outcomes.
Other Plans Administered
In addition to the Civil Service Superannuation Fund, the CSSB also administers or provides administrative support for the following plans:
- Manitoba Legislative Assembly Pension Plan,
- Centra Gas Pension Plans,
- Legislative Assembly Pension Plan, and
- Winnipeg Child and Family Services Employees Benefits Retirement Plan.
For any information regarding the above plans, please contact the CSSB office.