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How To Apply For PenCom Non-Interest Fund (Fund VI)



How To Apply For PenCom Non Interest Fund (Fund VI)

The National Pension Commission (PenCom) hereby informs pension contributors and retirees that it has introduced a Non-interest Fund (Fund Vi) and issued an Operational Framework and how to apply for the Fund.


This is in furtherance of the implementation of the Multi-Fund Investment Structure, which seeks to provide investment portfolio choices to pension contributors and retirees.

What is PenCom Non Interest Fund (Fund VI)?

The PenCom Non-Interest Fund is a loan scheme established for pension contributors and retirees. It is a fund that complies with the provisions of Islamic Commercial Jurisprudence and any other established non-interest principles, as approved by the Financial Regulation Advisory Council of Experts (FRACE) or any other body constituted by the Central Bank of Nigeria and the Securities and Exchange Commission, from time to time.

How To Apply For PenCom Non Interest Fund (Fund VI)

To apply for this fund, visit your pension fund Administrator or visit the PenCom website for further information.

All Pension Fund Administrators (PFAs) are required to create and maintain the Non-interest Fund (Fund VI) for interested Retirement Savings Account (RSA) holders.

The Fund shall be separated into two funds for Active RSA holders and Retirees respectively.

RSA holders in Fund I, II, III and retirees in Fund IV are eligible to move their RSA Contributions to the Non-interest Fund (Fund Vi) by making a formal request to the PFA, in line with the provisions of the RSA Multi-fund implementation Guidelines and Section 7.6 of the Investment Regulation dealing with Transfers between Fund Types within a PFA.

The Non-interest Fund offers a viable alternative to the conventional interest-based financial instruments for pension funds investment.

Further information on the Non-interest fund (Fund Vi) can be obtained from the Commission’s website as well as the various Pension Fund Administrators (PFAs).

Bernard Bassey is a graduate of Software Engineering from AfriHUB University, Abuja. He is an expert in field journalism, his interest in socio-politics activities is keen.

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