RBA PUBLIC PARTICIPATION FORUMS
RBA HAS ROLLED OUT PUBLIC PARTICIPATION FORUMS ON INCOME DRAWDOWN REGULATIONS, POST RETIREMENT MEDICAL FUNDS REGULATIONS, AND CORPORATE TRUSTEES REGULATIONS
The Retirement Benefits Authority has compiled draft regulations on Income Drawdown Funds, Post Retirement Medical Funds and Corporate Trustees. Thes shall be the subject of the RBA PUBLIC PARTICIPATION FORUMS
The Authority would like notify members of the public of a change in venue for the Nairobi forum from Crowne Plaza Hotel to Sarova Panafric Hotel.
The Authority was established under the Retirement Benefits Act Cap 197, to regulate and supervise the Retirement Benefits sector.
RBA PUBLIC PARTICIPATION VENUES AND DATES
The forums will be held in various towns as per the revised schedule below:
|NAIROBI||Sarova Panafric Hotel||29-Mar-22|
|MOMBASA||Voyager Beach Resort||31-Mar-22|
|KISUMU||Acacia Premier Hotel||31-Mar-22|
|NYERI||White Rhino||4th -Apr-22|
|ELDORET||Eka Hotel||4th -Apr-22|
|MERU||Meru Slopes Hotel||6th-Apr-22|
|NAKURU||Eagle Palace Hotel||6th-Apr-22|
How to access the regulations
The draft income drawdown regulations, corporate trustee regulations, and post-retirement medical fund regulations can be downloaded from the Authority’s website (www.rba.go.ke). All meetings are scheduled to take place from 8.30 am to 5.00 pm. Members of the public, Trustees, members of schemes and interested stakeholders are invited to participate and confirm their participation or send written memorandum through email@example.com on or before 29th March 2022.
For queries regarding the Retirement Benefits Industry or your pension scheme please call RBA on toll-free number: 0800720300.
Why participate in Public Participation Forums
The main aim of public participation is to encourage the public to have meaningful input into the decision-making process. RBA Public participation forums thus provide participants the opportunity for communication between agencies making decisions and the public.
Public participation is a constitutional requirement specifically, Article 1 that states that sovereign power belongs to the people and Article 10 (2) (a) and the Fourth Schedule Part 2 (14) of the Constitution of Kenya.