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The UNJSPF at 75: Ensuring pension security for international civil servants since 1949

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Key figures

USD 88.8 billion

Value of the UNJSPF assets as at 30 April 2024 – unaudited preliminary figures. Weekly updated market value of the portfolio is available here.

93.3%
of initial pension cases processed within 15 business days of receipt of documents (2022)
235,800
UNJSPF participants and beneficiaries as at 31 December 2023

News & Announcements

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Benchmarking study: UNJSPF has lower management cost

According to a recently released peer review study by CEM Benchmarking, a firm specializing in benchmarking investment funds, the UN Pension Fund outperformed its peers in terms of returns on investments and management costs.

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What to do in case of death of a retiree/beneficiary or your dependants

Please visit the following page if you need to inform the Fund about the death of a retiree/beneficiary or about the death of your dependents.

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A defined benefit plan

Established in 1949 by the United Nations General Assembly, UNJSPF provides retirement, death, disability and related benefits for staff of the United Nations and other member organizations. The UN pension plan is a defined benefit plan which is not dependent on the investment return or longevity. The past actuarial valuations have confirmed the Fund is fully funded.

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