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Performance of Pension Funds for 30 April 2023



Note: The figures used to present the performances are unaudited. A detailed report using 2021 audited accounts and is available to download here.

Pension funds’ performance charts YTD (30-04-2023):

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Fund I (Aggressive fund)

Fund II (Default fund)

Fund III (Pre-retirement)

Fund IV (Retiree)

Fund V (Micro Pensions)

Fund VI – Non-Interest (Active)

Fund VI – Non-Interest (Retiree)

April 2023 Performance Table

YTD 2023 Performance Table

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Total Assets under management

Pension Fund RSA Holders 28-02-2023

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Our data and information provided is based on public data, our regulatory intelligence effort from our archives, and other public sources such as from Fund Managers, FMAN, Pension Fund Administrators (PFAs), PenOp, etc.

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