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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.
The Uganda Retirement Benefits Regulatory Authority (URBRA) plans to adopt a risk-based model of supervision to increase transparency and accountability as well as ensuring that pension schemes comply with proper governance principles.This, according to URBRA interim chief executive officer, Mr Moses Bekabye, is because of the complexity of the...
It is important to understand that the NSSF Act squarely puts the responsibility of investment on the board and the managing director, in consultation with the minister.
NSSF board members fail ‘fit and proper’ test... Katosi road: Four UNRA bosses suspended...
Fresh details have emerged as to why former Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority (PPDA) Executive Director Edgar Agaba will not scoop the job of MD National Social Security Fund despite performing well in interviews carried out by Price WaterHouseCoopers (PwC).
KAMPALA, UGANDA – A more efficient pension system will help Uganda’s elderly better support themselves after retirement, as well as help the country avoid the financial pressure that normally arises as the number of public pension recipients grow, a World Bank report released last week indicates. The fourth World...
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The opening up of the pensions sector that could see National Social Security Fund (NSSF) get some competition has pulled two sides of the debate further apart.
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The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Act will soon become obsolete and not applicable in the liberalised pension services sector, whether repealed or amended, an official has said.