MoneyCounsellors.com, a flagship independent research and information service on the Nigerian Mutual & Pension Industry, launches today our Annual Report on Pensions (MCARP) with the very first (The year 2022) edition. The report presents a holistic review of the last five years of activities of all PFAs, and the funds managed, including 5-year summary of company and fund accounts, ratios, fund performances, fund performance rankings vs. peers, asset allocation, AUM ranking, RSA ranking and much more.
As part of our objectives and commitment to industry growth & development, MCARP aims to deliver regular, easy-to-understand quantitative as well as qualitative stakeholder-focused information on the entire industry. This is achieved through robust research and analyses covering important aspects including but not limited to the following:
1. Industry innovation and trends;
2. Product varieties;
3. Product performance;
4. Vendor activities;
5. Corporate governance;
6. Scheme enhancement programmes;
7. Economic trends and reviews;
8. Investment reporting;
9. Regulatory issues and guidance, and;
10. Personal financial planning.
With MCARP, your pension pot couldn’t be closer to you, and we’re delighted to be your reliable partner on this crucial journey of life.
Our data and information provided are based on public data, our regulatory intelligence effort, our archives, and other public sources such as Fund Managers, FMAN, Pension Fund Administrators (PFAs), PenOp, etc. We have taken care to ensure that the information is correct, but MoneyCounsellors neither warrants, represents, nor guarantees the information’s contents, nor does it accept responsibility for any errors, inaccuracies, omissions, or inconsistencies contained herein. Because past performance does not predict future performance, it should not be used to make an investment decision. We make no product recommendations. No news or research item should be interpreted as a personal recommendation to buy, sell, or switch any investment. Investments and the income generated by the rise and fall in value, so you may receive more or less than you invested.