Sigma Pensions has expressed its commitment to improving services and sustaining competitive returns to customers.
It said in a statement that as of December 31, 2021, its capital was N5.5bn, surpassing the required N5bn minimum operating capital requirement stipulated by National Pension Commission.
In a statement, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Sigma Pensions, Mr Dave Uduanu, while speaking on his firm’s performance and recapitalisation said, “Last year was a good year for the company. We were able to recapitalise the company from internally-generated resources. We didn’t raise money from the public.
“Our earnings grew and our revenue grew as well. Furthermore, our assets under management grew between 13 to 15 per cent, which is strikingly above the industry average.”
He noted that Sigma Pensions had had an outstanding track record of delivering competitive returns in all the various classes of funds.
He added, “One of the advantages of choosing Sigma Pensions is that we are one of the better performing managers in the market. Last year, five of our public funds were ranked among the top five in the industry, which is good – meaning that you get good returns on investment.
“We also have very good customer service. We are proactive, as we have deployed very good technology solutions to allow our customers to have seamless access to our services.
“So, on the balance, we are one of the top PFAs in terms of the key parameters of investment returns, customer service, and technology savviness. Also, we have a young and energetic workforce.”