Over the weekend, the National Superannuation Fund (Nasfund) hosted its Leadership Workshop with the objective of finalizing its 2022 strategic objectives and KPIs for roll out during the year.
The workshop, themed “Leading In the New Normal” was opened by Board Chairman Charles Vee and attended by executive management and leadership team of the Fund.
Commenting on this workshop, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ian Tarutia reminded staff participants that it was an honour and privilege for them to serve the Fund membership.
“Because of members, we all have a job.”
The workshop was an annual activity that assisted the Fund leadership to focus on actions that improved the lives of members and grew their long term retirement savings.
“Against a difficult operating environment in 2021, the Fund performed quite well.
Our audited accounts are now being reviewed by external auditors, before our Board approves an interest crediting rate to our members for the 2021 financial year.
While we await these final results, we will continue to work on achieving goals set out in our current 5 year strategy, which ends at the end of 2023.
Through our overarching vision of being our members trusted superannuation fund providing quality service and financial security, each Division in the Fund will continue to progress initiatives under key strategic pillars of solutions, engagement, and innovation.
To be the Fund of choice and remain the largest fund by membership we revised our strategy to include new offerings such as affordable housing and digital innovation to improve customer experience.
We are servants for our members, and our decisions and actions must reflect this at all times. We are working hard behind the scenes to ensure that our services are being continuously improved, so that our members are ready for retirement when the time comes.”