Africa’s leading Pension Fund Administrator, Oak Pensions celebrates 14th anniversary!

One of Africa’s leading Pension Fund Administrators, Oak Pensions Limited, incorporated on the 30th of March 2006 and licensed by the National Pension Commission (PenCom) on the 14th of November 2006 marks its 14th anniversary today.

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Africa’s leading Pension Fund Administrator, Oak Pensions celebrates 14th anniversary!—

Oak Pensions has over the last 14-years set the pace for innovation, enterprise, and value-driven customer-centric service in the industry and have become the benchmark of excellence for other pension fund administrators in Nigeria.

At a recent press briefing to announce events and initiatives lined up to celebrate its 14th anniversary, the marketing team of Oak Pensions emphasized how this anniversary is a celebration aimed at rewarding its customers for years of patronage; educating stakeholders about some of its products and services which include: Retirement Savings Account, Benefit Administrations & Payment, Retirement Planning & Advisory Services, Voluntary Contributions, Defined Benefit Scheme management,  amongst others.

Due to Covid 19 disruptions, “It’s been a tough year for most people, and we want to seize this opportunity to acknowledge and appreciate our customers who are the real factors behind our success for the past 14 years,” reiterated one of the team leads present at the media briefing in Lagos recently as part of the activities planned towards the anniversary.

The team also noted that the anniversary is another opportunity for them to reaffirm their purpose and business. The company’s focus and strength include the application of modern information technology for the management, operation and investment of pension funds for maximum yield to contributors.

Being a major player in the pension industry, Oak Pensions deploys customer-focused marketing strategies to capture the existing base of Retirement Savings Account clients and also strives to harness the Micro Pensions scheme to make sure pension is available to all Nigerians.

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