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But while speaking to the press recently, Chief of Defence Forces Katumba Wamala explained: “We don’t want to retire our people when their retirement package is not ready.
In mid-October, President Yoweri Museveni led a Ugandan delegation to the Global African Investment Summit [TGAIS] in London.
The Uganda Retirement Benefits Regulatory Authority (URBRA) continues with consultations on the pension reforms intended at improving the current pension system in the country....
The liberalisation of Uganda’s pension sector has dominated debate for a large part of this year.
KAMPALA, UGANDA - Uganda’s Minister for Finance Maria Kiwanuka has asked international investors to come and invest in the pension schemes that are about to be liberalized.
State minister for Planning Matia Kasaija (R) shakes hands with NSSF acting managing director Geraldine Ssali (L) as board Chairman Ivan Kyanyonka (2nd R) and Uganda Retirement Benefits Regulatory Authority board Chairman Andrew Kasirye look on.
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NSSF Projected To Grow To Ushs 6 trillion By 2017
Liberalisation of the pension sector seeks to create transparent structures for savers’ money.
Government must move cautiously before it opens up the pension industry for competition, the former minister of Finance, Dr Ezra Suruma, has advised.
1 Oct, 14:52 - How Safe Is Your National ID Data With Government? In shortThe current regulations set by the Uganda Retirement Benefits Regulatory Authority (URBRA) only allow NSSF to invest money within the East African region.