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UNJSPF Pension Townhall in New York: watch the video

8 November 2019

The United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund organized a pension information session on 31 October 2019 at the UN Secretariat in New York. The session was introduced by UNJSPF Acting CEO, Ms. Janice Dunn Lee, followed by Mr. Dino Dell’Accio, Chief of Information Systems and Telecommunications. Maria Clarissa O’Donnell, Chief of Operations, and Christine Cartner, Chief of Client Services, were the experts providing the presentations regarding benefits.

Ms. Janice Dunn Lee, introduced the event by providing key takeaways from the Pension Board meeting that took place last July in Nairobi. Ms. Dunn Lee highlighted the long-term financial stability of the Fund and the timely processing of the new separation cases.

Mr. Dino Dell’Accio followed by giving a brief update on the recent cyberattack the Fund suffered. “We did not experience any loss of data or any impact in our ability to process benefits or to process payments,” he said.

Ms. Maria Clarissa O’Donnell provided an overview on how the Fund and benefits work and Ms. Christine Cartner explained pension fund specific concepts and principles, such as the difference between mandatory age of retirement and normal retirement age, and key factors that determine pension benefits.

The presentations were followed by a Q&A.

Please remember that you can always visit the Fund’s New York, Geneva and Nairobi offices in person. The detailed addresses and opening hours for New York and Geneva are provided on the UNJSPF Contact Us page. Otherwise, you can reach the Fund by submitting your written queries via the UNJSPF online contact form or, you can call the Fund’s Call Center at the number provided on the Fund’s Contact Us page (please note the 65 toll-free and local numbers listed on our website).

Important reminder: if you have not done so, yet, please register for access to your UNJSPF Member Self Service (MSS)where you can access your personalized pension file and view/print important documents, like your most recent (2018) annual Pension Statement, run estimates for potential future separation dates and access and print all official UNJSPF forms.

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