The United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund was established in 1949, by a resolution of the General Assembly, to provide retirement, death, disability and related benefits for staff upon cessation of their services with the United Nations, under Regulations that, since then, have been amended at various times.
The Representative of the Secretary-General (RSG), reports directly to the Secretary-General. The Secretary-General was entrusted with the fiduciary responsibility for investment of the assets of the, in accordance with Article 19 of the Regulations of the Fund. The Secretary-General has delegated his fiduciary responsibility for the UNJSPF to the RSG. The RSG is supported by the staff of the Investment Management Division, and she is advised by the Investments Committee. Additional resources include consultants and nondiscretionary advisors.
The United Nations and the following organizations are members of this Fund. Membership in the Fund is open to specialized agencies as referred to in Article 57, paragraph 2, of the Charter of the United Nations and to any other international, intergovernmental organization which participates in the common system of salaries, allowances and other conditions of service of the United Nations and the specialized agencies. When an organization is recommended by the Pension Board, it is the General Assembly that decides what organizations are admitted to the Fund.
The United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund is staffed with a dedicated, supportive and qualified diverse workforce, tasked with meeting the Fund’s awesome goals and objectives. All recruitment for Fund positions go through the United Nations Careers website Inspira. Below are a list of Job Titles that the Fund is presently advertising through this website.
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The Fund is based in New York (United States) and also has an office in Geneva (Switzerland); it is in the process of starting small satellite offices in other parts of the world. The Fund serves almost 200,000 people. The Fund’s Secretariat employs 187 staff members, including the staff in Geneva, to take care of all pension related matters. Work between the NY and Geneva offices is divided based on the case profile, i.e. by employing organization for participants and by official country of residence for retirees and beneficiaries.
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Pension Fund Financial Statements 2016
In accordance with Financial Rule G.5 of the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund, we have the honour to transmit the financial statements of the United Joint Staff Pension Fund for the year ended 31 December 2016, which we hereby approve…