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Switzerland Supports Ghana's Pension Reforms

Switzerland Supports Ghana's Pension Reforms

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APPOINTMENT OF MR. KOFI ANOKYE OWUSU-DARKO AS AG. CEO OF NPRA

The National Pensions Regulatory Authority (NPRA) wishes to inform employers, workers and the general public that the President of the Republic of Ghana has appointed Mr. Kofi Anokye Owusu-Darko as Acting Chief Executive Officer of NPRA, effective June 22, 2015. Mr. Owusu-Darko replaces Mr. Laud A.K. Senanu, the outgoing Acting Chief Executive Officer, who joined the Authority in November, 2013. Readmore



REGISTRATION OF MANDATORY 2ND TIER OCCUPATIONAL PENSION SCHEME

NPRA wishes to inform employers, workers and the general public that, SSNIT will continue to collect the mandatory 5% tier 2 contributions from employers without any registered schemes, after 31st December 2013 for a transitional period.

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NPRA EDUCATE'S WORKERS ON THE 3-TIER PENSION SCHEME IN THREE REGIONS


The National Pensions Regulatory Authority (N.P.R.A.) in its national educational campaign, has educated workers in three regional capitals namely; Cape Coast in the Central Region, Tamale in the Northern Region, and Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region on the 3-Tier Pension scheme.  The Authority stressed on the need for employers to join or register a 2nd Tier Occupational Pension Scheme to benefit fully from its provision in the National Pensions Act, 2008 (Act 766) and also to facilitate the release of funds from the Temporary Pension Fund Account (TPFA) lodged at the Bank of Ghana since 2010.

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