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Burundi
Burundi
Eqypt
Egypt
Ghana
Ghana
Kenya
Kenya
Malawi
Malawi
Mauritius
Mauritius
Morocco
Morocco
Namibia
Namibia
Nigeria
Nigeria
Rwanda
Rwanda
Sierraleone
Sierra Leone
South Africa
South Africa
South Sudan
South Sudan
Uganda
Uganda
Zambia
Zambia

By becoming a member of APSA, you stand to benefit in a number of ways. First, the association provides a platform for collaboration among pension regulators and supervisors, sharing of best practices and an opportunity to discuss issues peculiar to the pension environment across Africa.
Further, APSA membership provides African members of the International Organisation of Pension Supervisors (IOPS) a chance to represent a united African perspective at IOPS global forums.
Other specific benefits that come with the membership of African Pension Supervisors Association include:

  • African voice – Present an African view on pension supervision and regulation in global discussions.
  • Technical support – Gain access to technical support in policy and regulatory support in designing sustainable pension systems.
  • Access to data, Information, and knowledge – Access to relevant data, information, and knowledge by participating in collaborative research projects. Providing a platform to share any research work or ideas on topical issues in the pension sector and benefiting from different perspectives from the various jurisdictions.
  • Networking with peers and global stakeholders in the pension arena – Grow your network of peers and other global leader, policy makers and researchers in the pension sector through organised for a like capacity building events, the exciting annual APSA conference attended by members of the global pension sector.
  • Tailored Capacity building events and policy round table – APSA provides a credible platform to enable you participate in capacity building initiative tailored to the needs of members. You equally stand to benefit from participation in policy roundtables to share ideas on topical policy issues affecting the pension sector in Africa.

The Association has three membership categories as follows:

  1. Full member – An entity responsible in whole or in part for the supervision and/or regulation of pension funds, plans, schemes, or arrangements in its jurisdiction/country of origin within the African Continent, whether invested with its own personality or not.
  2. Associate Member – Any governmental authority including any international authority, that is responsible in whole or in part for pension regulation or the establishment of pension policy and that has an interest in pension supervision and, solely at the invitation and discretion of the Executive Committee, any international governmental (or similar) organization that has a direct, institutional interest in pension supervision.
  3. Observer member – An entity that do not fulfil the criteria for Full or Associate Membership but are interested in pension supervision, such as, Researchers and Research Organizations, self-regulatory and industry-representative bodies and professional associations, financial institutions and professional firms engaged in the business of providing pension-related services, International governmental (or similar) organizations that have an interest in international pension supervision. 

Interested parties should complete this Application Form  and send it to the APSA Secretariat and the Secretary.
The APSA has different fees payable by members on a standard basis that is set annually upon the recommendation of the Executive Committee (based on consultation with the Treasurer) and the approval of the Members. The applicable fees can be accessed from the APSA website.

4,500 Dollars

Full members