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History

Axis Pension Trust Ltd (APTL), a leading company in the retirement savings industry in Ghana, was incorporated in September 2010 and obtained a license as a Corporate Trustee from the National Pensions Regulatory Authority in March 2012.

Axis is a private company, wholly owned Ghanaian and independent of other players in the pensions industry in Ghana.

Axis Pension Trust offers retirement savings solutions and administration expertise. The soundness of Axis in terms of business capacity to administer large employer-sponsored schemes is evident by the rich profile of our clientele.

Our business is simply to make pension provision painless for employers and assuring for scheme members. We offer world class services to invest and safeguard the retirement savings of Ghanaian workers for a better future.

Axis is the second largest in terms of total assets under administration and the third largest in terms of regulated pension assets.

The combined asset base of Axis’ trustee and administration business portfolio as at June 2016 was in excess of GH¢700m.

The Axis business model is designed to offer simple, efficient and client-focused solutions to our scheme sponsors and participants.

Due to our consistency in meeting clients’ expectation, we have grown to become a key reference point for quality service delivery within the pensions industry.

 

Vision

Axis hopes to become a household name and a key reference for pension provision in Ghana by 2030.

 

Mission

Our mission is to contribute to the socio-economic development of Ghana by promoting a culture of savings and creating retirement wealth for workers.

We will achieve this by building engaging partnerships, leveraging on world class expertise, adopting sustainable investment practices, and creating a customer-centric organization.

 

 

Axis Pensions ia a Pan-African pensions administration company ceased with a mandate to uplift the economic status of African workers for a better retirement