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Premium Pension first to get ISO 27001 certification

Pension Premium Limited has been awarded the ISO 27001:2013 certification for Information Security Management Systems by the British Standards Institute. The award has earned Premium…

Pension Premium Limited has been awarded the ISO 27001:2013 certification for Information Security Management Systems by the British Standards Institute.
The award has earned Premium Pensions as the first Pension Fund Administrator (PFA) in Nigeria to get the certification.
Speaking at the certification presentation ceremony held yesterday in Abuja, the Managing Director/CEO Premium Pension Mr. Wilson Ideva said with the certification, the company has demonstrated practical commitment to integrity and confidentiality of its information asset in pursuance of best practices.
“This certification is self-imposed duty by the company in ensuring that our information security management system meets the expectation of our stakeholders especially our highly valued retirement savings account (RSA) holders and legacy pension fund owners that have entrusted their funds to our management”, he said.
“For our legacy funds owners, by this certification which is not regulatory imposed, it further demonstrates our zeal to ensuring the safety of your funds. For our board and management team, this is another indication of first and a measure of our strong corporate governance achnored on global best practices”, he noted.
Also speaking at the sidelines of the occasion, the Chairman Premium Pensions, Mr. Aliyu Diko said with the award, the company can be compared with any international organisation that is practising  best practices in document security.
 

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