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The Pensions and Insurance Authority (PIA) as part of its own going effort to enhance and strengthen the industry regulatory environment has acquired an electronic regulatory software. This means that all regulated entities will now be able to submit the following information electronically:


The National Organizing Committee for the 2017 Financial Literacy Week today held a special media briefing to announce the theme for this year ‘Know and Plan – to live a better life” at the Pensions and Insurance Authority on 21st March 2017.


Join us as we commemorate the 5th Financial Literacy Week from 27th March to 02 April 2017. This year's theme is Know & Plan Your Finances to Live a Better Life. This year you can attend official events in all the provincial capitals between 27th and 29th March...


The Ministry of Finance has embarked on a process of developing the National Financial Inclusion Strategy with support from the World Bank under the Financial Inclusion Support Framework.


9th January 2017,

Minister of Finance Honourable Felix Mutati has appointed an interim board for the Pensions and Insurance Authority (PIA). This is in accordance with Section 6 (2) of the Pension Scheme Regulation Act No.28 of 1996 (as amended by Act No. 27 of 2005).


The Pensions and Insurance Authority (PIA) wishes to advise the general public to ignore the information circulating in the media purporting to announce an increase in premiums on compulsory motor third party liability insurance for private and commercial vehicles by 100%.


The 2016 Insurance Week running under the theme “Insurance for all: for your peace of mind” was commemorated from 10th-14th October 2016 with various activities taking place around the country.


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