Board of Directors
Remittance of contribution
Retirement of Employee
Joining the scheme
Retirement from service
Member Home Loan
Preparing for Retirement
Dos and Don'ts for pensioners/beneficiaries and pension disbursing agencies.
Becoming a pensioner
Eligibility Criteria and Benefit Formula
Investment Product and Service
Housing Management Rules and Regulations, 2018
Private PF Claim Form
PF Claim Form
PF Remittance Format
Form for updating spouse, children and nomination
Member Loan Application Form (Corporations and RBA/RBG)
Loan Care Insurance Form
Student Loan Application Form
Education Loan Form (Corporations and RBA/RBG)
Member Loan Application Form (For Civil Servant and RBP)
Housing Loan Form
Education Loan Form (For Civil Servant and RBP)
Member Home Loan Form
Job Application Form
Based on the performance of the investment portfolio, returns are credited to members’ account annually. The annual returns credited to members’ account forms part of members fund and therefore, members earns benefit equivalent to compound interest on their contribution. For example, if a member has an accumulated balance of Nu. 100 in your provident fund account and NPPF credits an annual return of 8% during the year, the following year, the member will get return on Nu. 108 (Nu. 100 + Nu 8). Therefore, effectively, all members have the benefit of earning compounding rate of returns on their contribution, which are not available in normal banking products.
The following is a graphical representation of performance of investment, returns declared and the inflation rate in the economy.
In line with RMA’s notification on the 3rd revision of MLR from 6.66% to 6.51% dated August 03, 2017, the National Pension and Provident Fund (NPPF) would like to inform that there is no change in the interest rates for member loan products. However, interest rate for corporate clients has been revised.
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