And here’s what you need to know.
The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) of Ontario, in its role as provincial regulator, issues forms related to marriage breakdown and the valuation of marital assets, including pensions. The FSRA was formerly known as the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO).
There are few important things to know before FSCO forms will stop being used. If you are in the process of requesting an FLV report as part of a pension valuation and division process, here are the highlights:
- Until April 30, 2022, you can use either the old FSCO forms or the newly released FSRA forms to do so. That means you can use a mix of old and new forms to complete the FLV request process.
- Beginning May 1, 2022, however, you can only use the newly released FSRA forms.
This means that if you submit FSCO forms for any FLV–related Plan requests after
May 1, 2022, we will need to ask you to fill out FSRA forms.
- Note that the FSCO Form 7, “No Division of Family Law Value,” has been eliminated and there is no equivalent in the new FSRA forms. If we receive this form, we will place a note on your file and keep a copy for our records.
For more information about pensions and marriage breakdown, visit
- Relationship Changes on ttcpp.ca
- Pensions and marriage breakdown – a guide for members and their spouses on fsrao.ca
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