FUG Pensions partners Down Syndrome Foundation

Down-SyndromeFuture Unity Glanvills (FUG) Pensions Limited, has partnered the Down Syndrome Foundation (DSF) to organise a Christmas carol for children of the foundation, Managing Director, FUG Pensions Limited, Usman Suleiman has said.

He made this known in a statement made available to journalists in Lagos.The company, one of the Pension Fund Administrators (PFAs) in the country, is keen to pay back to the society through its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) project.

He said they have been in the forefront in ensuring that people with special needs, including the children with Down Syndrome have a sense of belonging.He said the gesture was to assist the children with Down syndrome have a sense of belonging in the society, adding that the PFA, in the past, has been supporting not just the DSF, but also in other CSR projects within the environment it operates.

He maintained that his PFA had in the past, supported the foundation morally, physically and financially, in a bid to give back to the society it is conducting its business activities.Suleiman pledged that his firm would continue to impact the lives of the less privileged so that they can be successful in the society.

He said this is also an avenue to sell not only FUG Pensions brand, but also the entire pension scheme in the country.FUG Pensions was licensed by the National Pension Commission (PenCom) on June 21, 2007 to carry on the business of Pension Fund Administration. Its shareholders are UnityKapital Assurance Plc- an insurance company with shareholders’ funds of N8billion and Glanvill Enthoven & Co Limited- an insurance broking company with over 30 years’ experience in pension fund management and administration. FUG Pensions has an authorised and paid up share capital of N1.5 billion and operates from six regional offices in Port Harcourt, Ibadan, Abuja, Kano Maiduguri and Lagos and several branch/zonal offices spread across the country.

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