We unveiled our Africa pensionTech Platform and our decision to set up pinBox Africa during the inaugural Afro-Asia Fintech Festival at Kenya. pinBox is committed to supporting African nations in achieving comprehensive pension inclusion
pinBox is working with Zamara, Prudential, Equity Bank and Coop Bank to launch a new digital micro-pension and insurance program for Kenya’s 17 million informal sector workers.
pinBox and UNCDF-PFIP helped NASFUND and the Bank of Papua New Guinea (BPNG) in designing a digital micro-pension solution for PNG’s 4 million non-salaried workforce.
pinBox and Mastercard worked with Rwanda’s Finance Ministry, Access to Finance Rwanda (AFR) and RSSB to design, build and implement EjoHeza - Africa’s first, government sponsored, NID-linked digital micro-pension scheme.
pinBox produced this 600-page volume in collaboration with 43 policymakers, regulators and leading financial inclusion practitioners from 22 countries. The next edition of this global book will be released in 2020.
pinBox and EFInA engaged with the micro-pension team at PENCOM (Nigeria’s pension regulator) on evaluating policy and strategy options for implementing a new micro-pension scheme for Nigeria’s 50 million informal sector workers.
pinBox worked with BRAC, the world’s largest NGO, to develop a selffunded, digital process architecture to deliver an integrated micro-pension and insurance solution to women micro-credit customers in Bangladesh.
Gift-a-Pension™ is a unique global campaign and platform developed by pinBox Solutions and the non-profit microPension Foundation. It encourages and enables middle and upper middle income households to open a digital micro-pension account for their domestic help.
The pinBox Pension Toolkit helps generate a range of simulations to assist effective policy, regulatory and business decisions on micro-pension system, products and benefits design.
pinBox and The World Bank helped URBRA, Uganda’s pension regulator, to design a digital administration and process architecture for expanding voluntary pension coverage to Uganda’s 11 million informal sector workers.
pinBox and The World Bank worked with India's Finance Ministry and PFRDA (India’s pension regulator) to develop a field-tested digital model for expanding pension coverage to the 300 million Indians with national IDlinked bank accounts.
pinBox worked with the Kenyan National Treasury and the Retirement Benefits Authority to review the MBAO pension scheme and design an efficient administrative framework for expanding voluntary pension coverage in Kenya.
pinBox worked with FSD Uganda and URBRA (Uganda's pension regulator) on a comprehensive review of a new private micro-pension initiative in Uganda. pinBox and FSD helped develop a commercially viable and scalable micro-pension framework for Uganda's self-employed workforce.
With a listing sample of over one million households and in-depth interviews with some 106,000 respondents, the IIIS Survey, 2007 conducted by pinBox promoters is still among the largest retail finance research efforts globally.
pinBox hosted the first global policy roundtable on digital micro-pension inclusion with Georgetown University at Washington D.C. Policy-makers, regulators, digital finance experts, think-tanks and DFIs from over 30 countries participated in this meeting.
pinBox and World Bank helped the PFRDA and India’s Finance Ministry in developing a replicable, field-tested model for expanding voluntary coverage of India's NPS to its 450 million non-salaried workers.
pinBox and The World Bank helped the Bangladesh Finance Ministry in assessing the feasibility for establishing a private pensions market for the roughly 50 million excluded informal sector workers.