IPEC tightens screws on trustees

by www.herald.co.zw
Livingstone Marufu Business Reporter The Insurance and Pensions Commission (Ipec), has ordered its members to dismiss all trustees who fail to get a Certificate of Proficiency (COP) in trusteeship. This comes as the Commission moves to ensure that the interests of fund members are protected and that pension funds are run in an accountable, transparent and efficient...
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