Q56: When do I have to submit a re-filing request?
A56: If you submitted a filing through the PSP and you want to make changes to it, you must submit a re-filing request. –03/13
Q57: Can I submit re-filing requests for all prescribed filings through the PSP?
A57: No. The PSP’s online application can be used to submit re-filing requests for all prescribed filings, but only if the original filing was e-filed.
If your original filing was not e-filed, re-filing requests must be submitted to FSCO by email or letter. –04/13
Q58: Am I required to use the PSP to submit a re-filing request?
A58: Yes, if your original filing was submitted through the PSP. If your original filing was not submitted through the PSP, you must submit a written request to FSCO by email or letter. –07/13
Q59: What are the benefits of making a re-filing request through the PSP?
A59: The benefits of this online request include:
- a faster response time to any re-filing request; and
- a more efficient submission process. –03/13
Q60: I would like to make a re-filing request in writing. What should I do? A60:
If you want to send your re-filing request by email, please send an email to PensionInquiries@fsco.gov.on.ca
. Please ensure your email’s subject line indicates that you are making a re-filing request to revise an e-filed filing and include the type of filing.
If you want to send your re-filing request by mail, please send a letter to FSCO at:
Financial Services Commission of Ontario
Attn: Pension Plans Branch
5160 Yonge Street
Box 85, 4th Floor
Toronto ON M2N 6L9
When you send your email or letter to FSCO, make sure you include:
- your name, organization and telephone number;
- the name and registration number of the pension plan;
- the filing period;
- the reason for the revision; and
- the question(s) or line number(s) relating to the revision. –04/13
Q61: Can any individual make re-filing requests?
A61: Yes. Any individual with a valid PSP account* may make a re-filing request through the PSP.
* Individuals with a valid PSP account include the Pension Plan Administrator and any individual to whom the Pension Plan Administrator has delegated plan access through the PSP. –03/13
Q62: Where can I find step-by step instructions for making a re-filing request through the PSP?
Note: To file electronically, you must first activate your PSP account. –03/13