People’s Pension Trust (PPT), one of the leading pension companies and corporate trustees in Ghana, is making a case for tailored pension products to meet workers’ demand.
In this regard, the Trust plans to provide some one million informal workers, locally and regionally, with a tailor-made pension product by 2025.
PPT’s values include innovation, trust, respect and service, by always representing the interest of the worker in fairness and integrity, embracing diversity and opinions, continuously developing products using the latest technology, and offering quality and reliable service.
According to the Chief Operations Officer, Kofi Eba-Miezah Polley, “as a pension company our goal is to ensure a decent retirement income security for formal and informal workers, to ultimately eradicate old age poverty.”
Mr. Polley added, “We are leveraging technology to introduce especially the informal sector to financial inclusion. We believe that with effective retirement planning through our digitised personal pension scheme everyone can look forward to a better tomorrow”.
PPT also aims to reduce old-age poverty by offering flexible and high-quality pension products for both formal and informal sector workers in Ghana and regionally.
The products and services available to workers include the PPT Personal Pension Scheme, which targets the informal sector and is designed to provide additional funds for formal sector workers who want to enhance their retirement benefits.
PPT Occupational Pension Scheme also allows both employers and employees of a registered entity to fulfill their mandatory pension obligations whilst relieving them of trustee duties.
Meanwhile, the PPT Provident Fund Scheme is an optional contributory scheme that provides employees with additional retirement lump sums to complement mandatory pension schemes.
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