Marriage

If you marry, submit an Add/Delete Dependents Form and marriage certificate to the Pension Fund Office within 30 days of your marriage. In addition, you may need to update your beneficiary designation.

We have moved!
Our office has relocated to Hotel's House, East Bay Street, i.e. between the Shell East Bay Street Service Station and the Bank of Nova Scotia, East Bay Street branch. You may contact the Pension Fund Office at 322-2262 or 502-4200.

VECA News
In January of 2008, the Board of Trustees of the Bahamas Hotel Industry Management Pension Fund introduced a new benefit that allowed participants to voluntarily defer a portion of their current salary as a savings for retirement. If you chose the Voluntary Employee Contribution Account (VECA), you would have set aside additional (savings) money to supplement the monthly pension benefit provided by your Employer through the Pension Plan at retirement. The Trustees granted 2.5% interest for VECA contributions in 2008, 7.0% in 2009, 6.0% in 2010, 2.0% in 2011, 4.5% in 2012, and 5.0% in 2013. All are extraordinary interest rates in today’s investment world. If you have questions regarding the VECA, you can call the Pension Fund Office or see your HR representative today.

Keep Your Info Up to Date
Any time is a good time to update pension information or change beneficiaries.

The 34th Anniversary Pensioner's Luncheon will be held on Wednesday the 29th of October, 2014 at Atlantis Paradise Island Grand Ballroom at 12 noon.

How Long Does It Take to Get My First Pension Check?

As long as your application is complete and all your documents are in order, it’s expected that you will receive your first pension check from six to eight weeks after you submit your completed application form.

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