In a bid to help individuals considering retirement not to miss their targets, Leadway Pensure has on Monday unveiled a retirement simulator that removes uncertainty and prepares customers for the journey in peace.
The company launched the product at a recent breakfast meeting with the theme ‘Post-Election Economic Outlook: Positioning to win’ in Lagos. Lanre T. Idris, chief operations officer and executive director of Leadway Pensure explained that the meeting was to focus on Nigeria’s post-election economy in a bid to adequately consider where the opportunities lie for businesses and how to better position for them.
“We all are very much interested in ensuring that the economy thrives,” Idris said. “At Leadway Pensure, we understand the pressures of operating in an uncertain environment and the impact it has on businesses and indeed our lives as individuals. We are not only focused on your retirement future but also very importantly, we are paying very close attention to your progress today.”
Delivering the meeting’s keynote speech, reputable economist and CEO at Kainos Edge Consulting, Doyin Salami, noted that the Nigerian economy is on the path of growth and will continue to do so throughout 2019. “I am clear that the outlook is much brighter now than it was a couple of months ago, before the election,” said Salami, who is also a faculty member at the Lagos Business School.
The economist, however, pointed out that the country’s short to medium term economic future will be largely determined by the nature of government cabinets and policies to be formed by the middle of the year, as well as international economic forces, including the value of the US dollar and Chinese growth.
Idris stated that it is imperative to help the Nigerian public take control of their future by providing a simple and smart solution that can help them measure their ways to financial freedom.
Leadway Pensure was granted its operational license in December 2005 by the National Pension Commission. Leadway Pensure is one of the most capitalized PFAs in Nigeria with an authorized share capital of N2 billion. It’s shareholder’s fund is in excess of N5billion, unimpaired by losses.
The company is an affiliate of the Leadway Assurance Company, the largest insurance company in Nigeria and one of the foremost brands in Nigeria’s financial industry.