Stanbic IBTC Pensions Urged RSA Holders to Engage in Data Recapture Exercise
Stanbic IBTC Pension Managers, one of the leading Pension service provider in Nigeria and a subsidiary of Stanbic IBTC Holding Plc, has pledged quality service to prospective clients as the Retirement Savings Account (RSA) window opens.
The Transfer Window, under the Pensions Reform Act of 2014, is an opportunity for Retirement Savings Account (RSA) holders to switch from one Pension Funds Administrator to another.
As proposed by the National Pension Commission, the RSA window officially opens on November 16, 2020.
The Chief Executive of Stanbic IBTC Pension Managers Limited, Eric Fajemisin said as the foremost pension fund administrator in Nigeria, the company will continue to deliver exceptional customer service experience.
According to Fajemisin: “Our leadership in the industry is a reflection of the continued delivery of quality service through dedicated, focused, and professional staff, who have continued to set the standard for pension fund administration and contributor management in the country.
“Over the years, we have leveraged our deep understanding of corporate governance to build the trust of our stakeholders, and this has positioned us as the largest pension fund administrator in Nigeria by Assets under Management (AUM), worth over N3.5 trillion.
“As managers of the largest Retirement Savings Account Fund in Nigeria, our flagship fund which is the RSA Fund II has consistently outperformed industry peer average.
“This sustainable performance has also ensured our RSA Fund II has remained top three in the last 10 years.
“Furthermore, our Retiree Fund (RSA Fund IV) has consistently maintained an ‘above industry’ performance year on year.
“We are the recipients of many awards, and most recently, were named the ‘2019 Best Asset/Fund Management Company in Wealth and Society in West Africa’ and ‘Most Active Buy-side Participant in the Fixed Income Market’ in the FMDQ 2019 & 2020 GOLD Awards.”
The Chief Executive, Fajemisin, encouraged every RSA holder in the country to engage in the ongoing Data Recapture Exercise, he urged them to take advantage of the Transfer Window and switch to Stanbic IBTC Pension Managers.
Fajemisin further assured old clients and prospective clients of transparency, convenience, and quality service at all times.
Military Storms Bobi Wine House After He Rejects Election Results
Robert Kyagulanyi, popularly known as Bobi Wine, Ugandan presidential candidate in the just concluded presidential race, said the Ugandan military has surrounded his house and even jumped over the fence to take over the compound.
In a quick tweet, the opposition presidential candidate said “My home has been surrounded by soldiers, they’ve jumped over the fence, they’ve taken over my compound, they’ve arrested my security guard.”
The invasion was after Bobi Wine had rejected election results and alleged that Thursday’s election was rigged.
He said “every legal option is on the table” to challenge the official results, including peaceful protests. He referred to himself as the “president-elect.”
“None of these military intruders is talking to us. We are in serious trouble. We are under siege,” wrote Wine, who was arrested several times during campaigning but never charged while dozens of party members were detained.
Museveni government had cut internet access on the eve of the largely peaceful election day, and it remains off.
According to Uganda’s electoral commission, President Yoweri Museveni leads Wine 62 percent of ballots while Wine had 29 percent. The commission expects to declare the final results on Sunday afternoon.
“We secured a comfortable victory,” Wine said. “I am very confident that we defeated the dictator by far.” He was considering “peaceful and nonviolent protests” over the declared results and said “every legal option is on the table.” Candidates can challenge election results at the Supreme Court.
Heartbroken American Mistress Displays Dangote’s Buttocks in a Viral Video
2021 started with Dangote trending across social media after an obvious heartbroken American mistress shared her relationship with the world’s richest black man.
Bea Lewis, a restauranteur based in Atlanta, Georgia, US, took to her Instagram @iambealewis to share her experience dating the richest black man alive and how he broke her heart into 1000 pieces.
In her words, she said “In my 33rd year, I dated the richest black man in the world. He broke my heart in 1000 pieces.”
She explained that “I learned more from him than any person I’ve ever met. Communicating with a billionaire daily makes you see the world different than your humble beginnings in liberty city.
“I became more organized and finally am able to step away from the daily kitchen operations.”
Bea Lewis added that Dangote changed her perspective on work ethic and patience.
“Once my mindset changed, the universe gravitated me to people that uplifted me and increased my net worth mentally and financially,” she stated.
She then attached a picture of them together.
However, in another shocking revelation, another American with Instagram handle @allarounda1 posted a video of Mr. Dangote on a couch inside what seems like a luxury yacht after a back and forth argument with Be Lewis on who truly dated the world’s richest black man. It was unclear in which country the yacht was sailing when the mistress took the video, but it clearly showed she shot the video without his knowledge. See the video below.
Some powers are out to disgrace Dangote. That's the only logical explanation. Else who are these girls that he can't crush? pic.twitter.com/bY1QwAXi66
— Katalyst (@katalyst6001) January 2, 2021
Tunde Thomas: FCMB Commences Review Into Allegations of Unethical Behavior Against MD Nuru
First City Monument Bank (FCMB Group Plc) has commenced a review of unethical behaviour levied against its Managing Director, Adamu Nuru, who allegedly impregnated and fathered two kids with a married staff of the bank.
Investors King earlier reported that a group of people seeking justice had petitioned the Central Bank of Nigeria, and the board of FCMB concerning unethical behavior of Adamu Nuru and a former staff of the bank, Moyo Thomas, that led to the death of Tunde Thomas, the husband of Moyo Thomas.
However, in a statement to media, Diran Olojo, the Head, Corporate Affairs, Diran Olojo, FCMB Group, said the bank was aware of the allegations making the rounds against its Managing Director.
Olojo revealed that the financial institution had commenced a review into the matter, saying the outcome would be discussed in due course.
“We are aware of several stories circulating across several media platforms about our bank’s Managing Director, Adam Nuru, a former employee Ms Moyo Thomas and her deceased ex husband, Mr Tunde Thomas,” the statement read.
“While this is a personal matter, the tragedy of the death of Mr Tunde Thomas and the allegations of unethical conduct, require the bank’s board to conduct a review of what transpired, any violations of our code of ethics and the adequacy of these code of conduct ethics. This will be done immediately.
“We enjoin all our stakeholders to bear with us as we conduct this review and to please respect the various families involved.
“Our Board of Directors are reviewing all aspects of this report and once they are done with their review, we will revert to you.”
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