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UGANDA RETIREMENT BENEFITS REGULATORY AUTHORITY

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URBRA was established to regulate the establishment, management and operations of retirement benefit schemes in Uganda both in the private and public sectors…

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Pension Regulator pushes for long term investments

The pensions regulator is recommending that the available savings be invested in long term instruments as a way of marching the demographics of the country.

About half of Ugandans are below the age of 15 which means it will take another about 30 years before they start laying claim to their pensions and savings for those who have joined formal employment.

“So we have to match their aspirations with ours by investing in long term vehicles,” noted David Nyakundi, Uganda Retirements Benefits Regulatory Authority (URBRA) chief executive officer.

On Wednesday URBRA delivered their performance report for 2014- the first year the regulator has …….

 

 

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