Our Partners

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Since 2016, The World Bank and pinBox have jointly worked extensively with regulators, policymakers and financial inclusion stakeholders on a number of country-level feasibility studies, and on developing inclusive pension and insurance frameworks for over 500 million informal sector workers across India, Uganda, Bangladesh and Kenya.

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The ILO, along with its Impact Insurance Facility,has partnered with pinBox to jointly launch a range of initiatives to support comprehensive pension and insurance inclusion among informal sector workers, as well as on strengthening the administration and delivery of social security programs for salaried workers in developing countries. The ILO is also a technical partner for the pinBox pensionTech Innovation Lab being established at Singapore in 2020.

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pinBox and UNCDF worked together with NASFUND and the Central Bank of Papua New Guinea to develop a self-funded digital micro-pension solution for PNG’s 4 million non-salaried workers. UNCDF also partnered with pinBox to host the first global policy roundtable on digital micro-pension inclusion at the Georgetown University at Washington DC attended by over 30 countries.

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Zamara is Kenya’s leading actuarial, pension administration and insurance brokerage services company. Zamara and Prudential Kenya are using the pinBox pensionTech platform to deliver an integrated long-term saving and insurance solution to Kenya’s 17 million self-employed workforce.

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pinBox and KMD are working together in multiple Asian and African countries to help design and deploy digital pension and insurance solutions for gig-economy workers, domestic help and MFI clients. KMD is also a technical partner for the pinBox pensionTech Innovation Lab being established at Singapore in 2020.

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Access to Finance Rwanda (AFR) is jointly funded by DFID, Sweden, USAID, the MasterCard Foundation and KfW. Between 2016 and 2018, pinBox, along with MasterCard, worked with AFR to help Rwanda’s Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning to design, build and implement EjoHeza – Africa’s first national, government-sponsored, digital micro-pension and micro-insurance scheme.

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Established in 1972, BRAC is the world’s largest NGO dedicated to alleviating poverty. pinBox and BRAC have developed a self-funded model and a digital process architecture for delivering an affordable and secure, integrated micro-pension and insurance solution to over 25 million low income self-employed women and non-salaried youth in Bangladesh.

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FSD Uganda is an independent non-profit company committed to promoting greater access to financial services in Uganda. pinBox and FSD Uganda worked with URBRA, Uganda’s pension regulator, to conduct a comprehensive micro-pensions feasibility study and to design a scalable and sustainable digital pension inclusion model for 11 million informal sector workers.

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Micro-pension Foundation is a non-profit pension R&D agency based in India. The Foundation and pinBox have jointly developed a unique P2P digital model and platform for delivering regulated pension and insurance products to domestic help. This “Gift-a-Pension” model was field-tested in India and was launched in Kenya in December 2019.

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