New Brunswick Public Service Pension Plan
As an active member of the NBPSPP, you’ll find valuable information and resources regarding your pension plan in this section.
The NBPSPP is made up of 37,000 active, inactive and retired members from a variety of employers across the province.
The NBPSPP, along with the NBTPP, are joint owners of Vestcor Corp.
Whether you need to provide a form for your pension or employee benefits, quickly find the form you need.Whether you need to provide a form for your pension or employee benefits, quickly find the form you need.General
Member booklets and guides contain important information relating to your pension plan.NBPSPP Understanding Your Employee Statement Of Pension Benefits NBPSPP Pension Plan Member Booklet Marriage Breakdown Booklet NBPSPP New Pre-Retirement Death Benefit Rules Fact Sheet NBPSPP Naming a Beneficiary | Death Benefits Fact Sheet NBPSPP Additional Purchase of Service Information (February 2018) NBPSPP At-A-Glance (Revised December 2016)
Stay informed about your pension plan through the semi-annual newsletters provided by the Board of Trustees of the NBPSPP, in addition to the general communiqués provided by the Board and Vestcor.General
Every year, the Board of Trustees hosts an Annual General Meeting, open to all members. Find below details of the most recent AGM.NBPSPP 2017 Annual General Meeting Video Recording
The Board of Trustees is in place to manage the Plan in the best interest of both active and retired members. It follows industry best practices in terms of governance and administration of the Plan. The NBPSPP and the New Brunswick Teachers’ Pension Plan (NBTPP) jointly own Vestcor Corp.NBPSPP Board Biographies NBPSPP Board Activities 2016
View the Plan’s most recent annual report, actuarial valuations, financial statements, and performance composites for the NBPSPP.Actuarial Valuation
For an information pension estimate or a purchase of service estimate, visit our online calculators here.
Shared Risk Video
This video provides a general introduction to your Shared Risk Plan.