PAL Pensions Promises Competitive Service Delivery to Retirees

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Ebere Nwoji

Pension Alliance Limited (PAL) Pensions, has promised to continue to deliver competitive service to its numerous clients across the country.

The Managing Director/CEO, PAL Pensions, Mrs. Morohunke Bammeke, who made this promise, while speaking at the Christmas party organised for some retirees of the company recently ,noted that PAL Pension Fund Administrator(PFA) has the interest of its customers at heart.
According to her, during tough times, PAL Pension will always be there for its Retirement Savings Account(RSA) holders.

She pointed out that the retirees, who were given the Christmas care package, were RSA holders who have stood by the company in good and bad times, noting that this goes to show the value PAL Pension holds, by standing by its customers.

“We want to celebrate with them (retirees), especially during this Yuletide season. Therefore, we put together some gifts that can be of use to them this season. It goes with the value we hold as a company. We always stand by our customers, no matter what happens,” she stressed.

She disclosed that the PFA will extend its operations to places where it does not exist presently next year.
Bammeke stated that the PFA recently opened a branch on Ikorodu Road area of Lagos, adding that activities are at an advanced level to open more offices and customer centres across the federation in a bid to serve RSA holders for better.

According to her, PAL Pension has knowledgeable staff and delivers quality services to its numerous customers, adding that it has, for years, been consistent in the delivery of quality services. She therefore, promised to continue to make the company a customer-centric firm, adding that the company gives good returns on investment that are most times higher than inflation rate.

She also disclosed that PAL Pensions is putting finishing touches to its plan to tap into the micro pension scheme when it finally kicks off, expressing hope that the scheme will ensure that more people, especially, in the informal sector, starts planning for retirement as quickly as possible.