Pension Management And Administration In Nigeria A Review Of The Pension Reform Act Of 2004
(A Case Study Of Selected Pension Fund Managers)
Chapters = 5 ☛ Pages = 109 ☛ Words = 15,392 ☛ Type = Project Material
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The first chapter introduce the background to the study the problems of the study which was basically lack of funding for the old pension arrangement irregular payment of pension absence of a regulatory body to supervise pension matters the non contributory scheme existing previously lack of portability from one employment to another a total of six hypothesis (three each of null and alternate hypothesis) were formulated.
Chapter two reviewed the related literature in the research area by tracing the history of pension administration and management in Nigeria.
Types of pension funds, comparisons of the old scheme and the new scheme, modalities for appointing pension funds custodians, administrator and the benefits of the new scheme to pensioners.
Chapter three sets the research design and methodology to used fir the research area for the study, population for the study, the calculation of the sample size and sampling techniques. A sample size of 44 was calculated from a population of so. The chi square techniques were used in the data analysis and decision. Data collected from respondents were presented and analysis in the chapter four and the testing of hypothesis.
Chapter five is the summary of the finding of the researcher from the hypothesis tested the findings are as following.
1. The new pension scheme would ease the pension burden for employer of labour and in both the private and public sector
2. The new pension scheme would provide the necessary funding for the long-term industrial growth and development in Nigeria
3. The new scheme would not offset previous liabilities accrued in the past
In conclusion if the new scheme is effectively managed there would be influx of long-term fund into the capital market for capital development the research recommends the following.
1. An adequate computerization of the activities of pension fund managers and training of staff to that effect
2. Public enlightenment on the new scheme and its benefits
3. Employment of labour should ensure stability of staff employment and emoluments
Table Of Content
List Of Table
1.0.1 Background Of The Study
1.1 Statement Of The Problems
1.2 Objectives Of The Study
1.3 Significance Of The Study
1.4 Research Hypothesis
1.5 Scope Of The Study
1.6 Definition Of Terms
2.0 Review Of Related Literature
2.1 History Of Pension Management And Administration In Nigeria
2.2 Public Sector Pension Deficit Exceed
2.3 Anxiety Mounts On Benefit Expectation And Prospects Over New Pension Scheme
2.4 Pension Scheme Is Still A Full Dream
2.5 Definition Meaning And Type Of Pension Funds
2.6 Order And Arrangement (Comparison Of The New And Old Pension Arrangement)
2.7 Modality For Appointing Pension Funds
2.8 Custodian Of Pensions Fund
2.9 Benefit Of Pension Reform Act
2.10 The New Pension Act 2004 By Nigeria Labout Congress (Nic) Nigeria Union Of Pensioner (Nup) And Trade Union Congress (Tuc)
2.11 Issues In The New Pension Scheme At A Glance
3.0 Research Methodology
3.1 Design Of Study
3.2 Population Of Study
3.2.1 Sample And Sampling Technique
3.3 Instrument Of Data Collection
3.4 Validity And Reliability Of The Instrument
3.5 Method Of Data Collection
3.6 Method Of Data Analysis
4.0 Presentation And Analysis Of Data
4.1 Analysis Of Data
4.2 Test Of Hypothesis I
4.3 Test Of Hypothesis Iii
4.4 Test Of Hypothesis
5.0 Finding Conclusion And Recommendation
5.1 Summary Of Finding
5.4 Limitation Of Study