Since its inception, ARBS has witnessed a gradual increase to the current membership status. This increase in membership is largely attributed to the association’s zeal to represent its members concerns at all levels.Read More
NSSF Bill 2012
In May 2012 ARBS Council obtained a copy of a Bill informally called the NSSF Transformation Bill. The basic aims of the draft Bill were twofold:
1. To transform NSSF’s retirement benefits provision from a lump sum.....
ARBS is governed by a Council comprising 12 members drawn from schemes and service providers and elected by the members. The Council is supported by 3 Committees each charged with responsibility for.....Read More
We are pleased to welcome our members to the new look ARBS website. We continue to make great strides in improving on our service delivery to you and representing your concerns in all matters of retirement benefits at all levels. We listened to your views as members and are happy to incorporate them in this new website. The enhanced website will go a long way in improving on our communication with members. Existing members are urged to create accounts on the website as this will enable them to channel their concerns directly to the association’s council. Please check on the membership page to confirm your membership status and as for non members, you are encouraged to join the association in its endeavors to assist in bettering the retirement benefits industry in the country.
We could also like acknowledge the industry regulator, our sponsors and partners for their continued support to the association. It is a great honor to be associated with you.
Under the Supervision of the Retirement Benefits Authority, the country has witnessed tremendous developments in the growth of the pensions industry in the country. Launched on 29th August 2011, the Trustee Development Programme Kenya, TDPK, is amongst the latest additions to the regulator’s achievements. TDPK was developed by RBA in consultation with College of Insurance (Kenya) and Humber Centre for Pensions (Canada). The training is delivered by College of Insurance and run by the Association of Retirement Benefits Schemes, under the keen eye of the regulator.
Currently, the RBA regulations (Practice Note RBA/2) require at least one trustee per registered pension’s scheme in the country to have undergone the programme and certified by the end of 2012. Read More