27 Mar

The Insurance and Pensions Commission (IPEC) regulates, supervises and strengthens the insurance and pension industry in Zimbabwe for the protection of policyholders and pension scheme members. Following the recent monetary reforms that resulted in the re-introduction of the Zimbabwe dollar, IPEC believes that the reforms resulted in “extraordinary…

27 Mar

COVID-19 RESPONSE

To our valued clients and stakeholders Pursuant to the control measures announced by the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, His Excellency Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa and recommendations by the World Health Organisation as well as the Ministry of Health and Child Care, we would like to advise of…

09 Jan

We are very delighted to have hosted the Honorable Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Professor Mthuli Ncube at the Commission. The purpose of his visit was to get an appreciation of how the Commission works and interact with IPEC staff! As a Commission we are committed to…

09 Dec

It was yet another glamorous event at the 2nd edition of the Insurance and Pensions Media Awards on Thursday 14 November 2019, as we honoured journalism excellence in the coverage of insurance and pension matters. Introduced by the Insurance and Pensions Commission last year, the Media Awards seek…

09 Dec

The Insurance and Pensions Commission recently held its inaugural Annual General Meeting in Harare, which was attended by various stakeholders. The stakeholders included representatives from the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Corporate Governance Unit and State Enterprises Restructuring Agency in the Office of the President and Cabinet,…

15 Feb

Africa Moyo Business Reporter THE Insurance and Pension Commission (IPEC), an industry regulator, has closed down more than 224 occupational pension funds in the past 13 months as they had become unviable. Occupational pension funds usually manage collective retirement schemes, which help employees when they retire. In order…