The Pensions Industry has historically been predominantly a male dominated sector in South Africa, but a few women have taken up the challenge and excelled. This Women’s month, we profile a few of them to highlight the fact that, despite the challenges-women can excel and rise up to leadership positions in any industry of their choice.
Exclusive Interview with Martin Nsubuga, CHIEF Executive Officer, Uganda Retirement Benefits Regulatory Authority (URBRA). Mr Nsubuga is Chartered Accountant with over 15 years’ experience in the Financial Sector Space. Prior to joining URBRA in 2017 as the Director Supervision and Compliance, and ultimately CEO, he spent close to 15 years at the Ministry of Finance, Planning & Economic Development (MoFPED), working in different capacities where he initiated policy and regulatory reforms in insurance, pension and capital markets..
Why African pensions funds should actively consider impact investing as an asset class. Pension funds that are investing in impact investing are mainly from the developed world and very little is happening in terms of investments from African pension funds. In many places pension funds are riding on DFIs and other fund managers to make investments especially in the developing countries including Africa. The reason for this is that many of the pension funds have no expertise to invest in emerging markets.
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