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11:28
11:28

Pensioners, Civil Servants Want Pension Scheme Digitized 3

William Bateganya, a civil servant at Makerere University, says there is no proper representation and advocacy for pension schemes in the country.
19:31
19:31

URBRA Recommends Independent Administrator for Mazima Saving Scheme 1 2

URBRA Acting Chief Executive Officer Martin Nsubuga said that Mazimas net asset increased from 517 million shillings to 886 million at end of July 2018. The scheme declared 8.6 percent interest to members. The scheme membership increased from 572 to 784 members.
13:26
13:26

Mazima Retirement Plan Leadership was Risky – URBRA 2

When Mazima was given a provisional license, Nsubuga explained that they were not required to submit administration structures to URBRA. He said the administrator, sponsor and the trustees were fused under one person - Livingstone Mukasa. This, he said was a great risk.
16:41
16:41

URBRA Questions Mazima Annual General Assembly 1

Uganda Retirement Benefit Regulatory Authority URBRA Acting Chief Executive Officer, Martin Nsubuga has said that the retirement benefit schemes regulators is not aware of Mazima Voluntary Individual Retirement Benefits Scheme MVIRBS General Assembly called by defunct administration. Mazima Chief Executive Officer Livingstone Mukasa who was relieved of his duties last week has circulated a notice of Mazimas Annual General Assembly scheduled for Friday 27th at Makerere University.
16:38
16:38

URBRA Gets Ugandan CEO 1

Martin Nsubuga has been appointed acting Chief Executive Officer of the retirement benefits regulator, URBRA, replacing David Nyakundi Bonyi, a Kenyan national whose three-year contract ended last week. This appointment is an implementation of a directive by Finance Minister Matia Kasaija that the job be given to a competent Ugandan.
13:35
13:35

Appoint Ugandan URBRA Boss - Minister Kasaija 1

Finance Minister Matia Kasaija has directed that the job of Uganda Retirement Benefits Regulatory Authority--URBRA chief executive officer should be given to a Ugandan. This directive comes as the contract of current URBRA boss, Kenyan national David Nyakundi Bonyi, comes to an end. This is the last month of Bonyis three-year renewable contract that commenced in February 2015. Bonyi has been earning a gross monthly salary amounting to 91 million Uganda shillings.
13:58
13:58

Pension Reforms Will Boost Informal Sector Participation – URBRA pension sector 4

David Nyakundi Bonyi says informal sector workers have for long been excluded from pensions schemes simply because there is no enabling legal and regulatory framework to involve them.
17:14
17:14

Report: 43% of Companies Not NSSF Subscribers nssf act 1 3

A survey conducted by Uganda Retirement Benefit Regulatory Authority URBRA and Uganda Bureau of Statistics UBOS has indicated that only 57 percent of the companies assessed are registered with National Social Security Fund NSSF while 43 percent are not registered.
07:21
07:21

Public Service Ministry Justifies Reforms In Pension Sector consolidated fund 2

The Public Service Ministry has justified the proposed reforms in the Pension Sector saying there has been a growing obligation to Pension which government is not able to meet.
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