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CIF Pension Administration Services (CPAS)

CPAS is a professional Pensions Administration company which provides administration services to Construction Executive Retirement Savings (CERS), the Construction Workers Pension Scheme (CWPS) and the Construction Industry Retirement Trust (CIRT) group of Schemes. Within the group is also a brokerage division, Milestone Advisory, providing clients of CPAS with a range of pre and post retirement services. 

CPAS
Canal House 
Canal Road 
Dublin 6 
Call: 01-4071400,
Email: info@cpas.ie
Website: www.cpas.ie

Construction Industry Federation (CIF)

The CIF is the national and regional representative body for construction industry employers in Ireland. It is recognised by Government and public bodies across the country as the representative body and voice of the construction industry in Ireland and a Social Partner. It has sectoral groups within its structure that ensure that each area of the industry has a voice in the decision making process within the Federation.

CIF
Construction House
Canal Road
Dublin 6
Call: 01-406 6000
Email: info@cif.ie 
Website: www.cif.ie

The Pensions Authority (previously the Pensions Board)

This is a statutory body set up under the Pensions Act, 1990. The Authority regulates occupational pension schemes, trust RACs and Personal Retirement Savings Accounts (PRSAs) in Ireland. The Pensions Authority's mission is to support a sustainable pensions system that will provide adequate and reliable pensions for retired and older people and that achieves wide coverage.

The Pensions Authority
Verschoyle House
28-30 Lower Mount Street
Dublin 2
Call: 01-613 1900
Lo Call: 1890 656565
Email: info@pensionsauthority.ie
Website: www.pensionsauthority.ie

The Pensions Ombudsman

The Pensions Ombudsman investigates and decides complaints and disputes from individuals about their occupational pension schemes, Personal Retirement Savings Accounts (PRSAs) and Trust RACs where there is both maladministration and financial loss. He is completely independent and impartial.

Office of the Pensions Ombudsman
4thFloor, Lincoln House
Lincoln Place
Dublin 2
Call: 01-647 1650
Email: info@pensionsombudsman.ie
Website: www.pensionsombudsman.ie


Irish Association of Pension Funds (IAPF)

The IAPF are the leading voice for Irish workplace pension savers. They seek to influence the future direction of pensions in Ireland so as to increase the financial security of all retired people. They represent members' interests at all levels by actively lobbying the Government, the Pensions Authority, the Revenue Commissioners, the Social Partners and other relevant agencies. They are also the leading provider of pensions information and hold conferences, seminars and training courses that help their members keep updated on all areas relating to pensions in Ireland.

IAPF
Suite 2, Slane House
25 Lower Mount Street
Dublin 2
Call: 01-661 2427
Email: info@iapf.ie
Website: www.iapf.ie 

The Revenue Commissioners

Their core business is the assessment and collection of taxes and duties. Revenue's mandate derives from obligations imposed by statute and by Government and as a result of Ireland's membership of the European Union. The Mission Statement of Revenue is “to serve the community by fairly and efficiently collecting taxes and duties and implementing Customs controls”

Revenue Commissioners
Central Revenue Information Office
Cathedral Street
Dublin 1
Lo Call: 1890 201104
Email: Please check website www.revenue.ie for various email contact address.
Website: www.revenue.ie

Construction Workers Health Trust (CWHT)

CWHT was founded in May 1994 by the Construction Group of Unions affiliated to the Irish Congress of Trade Unions. It is approved by the Revenue Commissioners as a charity and is governed by a Board of Trustees; it also has a Medical Director.

CWHT’s aim is to promote positive healthcare amongst those employed in the construction industry, including providing funding, promoting research, and assisting with providing treatment for those suffering from any illness, injury, ailment, complaint, disease or disability.

CWHT
130 Francis Street 
Dublin 8 
Call: 01-709 3070 
Email: info@cwht.ie 
Website: www.cwht.ie

Construction Employees Benevolent Fund

The Construction Employees Benevolent Fund was established in March 1985 at the request of the industry trade unions. The Fund is governed by a Board of Trustees and is registered as a charitable trust. The aim of the Fund is to help relieve financial distress or hardship of individuals, and their dependants, working in or formally engaged in, the construction industry in Ireland. Claims for assistance are generally made by trade union representatives, employers in the industry, or directly from employee members of the Fund or their dependants. The Trustees of the Fund meet on a regular basis to consider claims received and all claims are dealt with in the strictest confidence.

Construction Employees Benevolent Fund
130 Francis Street 
Dublin 8 
Call: 01-709 3070 
Email: info@cwht.ie 

Construction Employers Benevolent Fund

The CIF Benevolent Trust was set up to help relieve financial distress or hardship of employers and their dependents in the construction industry in Ireland. The Fund is governed by a Board of Trustees and is registered as a charitable trust. The Trustees meet on a regular basis to consider claims received.

The Chairperson
CIF Benevolent Trust
Construction House 
Canal Road 
Dublin 6 
Call: 01-406 6000 
Email: erbt@cif.ie  
Website: www.cif.ie

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Email: info@cwps.ie