Ipec sets aside US$500k for pension loss compensation

Smith’s commission blamed the value erosion largely on poor regulatory enforcement and demonetisation of the local currency.
By Melody Chikono May. 26, 2024

Asset management firms come under Ipec spotlight

Munjoma stated that as the regulator they lacked concrete evidence and did not consider the area regulated.
By Melody Chikono May. 24, 2024

Pensions sector shrinks by 50%: Ipec

Highlights on growth trends show that since 2020, the pension industry assets have been declining together with a number of active pension schemes.
By Melody Chikono May. 21, 2024

Hyperinflation affecting infrastructure financing: IPEC

Munjoma made the remarks on the sidelines of a financing smart cities and rural connect engagement meeting at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair last week.
By Nizbert Moyo May. 3, 2023

3 000 non-resident pensioners owed US$1.5 million, says Ipec

Insurance and Pensions Commission (Ipec) pensions director, Cuthbert Munjoma told Standardbusiness that the backlog dated back to 2016.

By The Independent May. 22, 2022

3 000 non-resident pensioners owed US$1.5 million, says Ipec

Insurance and Pensions Commission (Ipec) pensions director, Cuthbert Munjoma told Standardbusiness that the backlog dated back to 2016.

By The Independent May. 22, 2022

Over 300 pension funds idle

Cuthbert Munjoma, the director of pensions at Ipec, told Standardbusiness that the country had 900 registered pension funds, but 36% of them were idle.

By The Independent Nov. 7, 2021

Over 300 pension funds idle

Cuthbert Munjoma, the director of pensions at Ipec, told Standardbusiness that the country had 900 registered pension funds, but 36% of them were idle.

By The Independent Nov. 7, 2021