General Manager Pensions & Benefits
Mr. Jeffrey Moses has held a number of Senior Management positions in the Seychelles Pension Fund over the years and currently serves as General Manager Pension Division at the organisation. He is one of the founding member staff of the Seychelles Pension Fund, having spent twenty years working in the field and experiencing first-hand the development of the pension system in the country. He has also helped pioneer the modernisation of the current pension fund.
As the General Manager Pension, he is responsible for the core functions (collection of contributions and payment of pensions) of the SPF and oversees the Pension Division which comprises the Contribution, Processing, Benefits, Customer Relations and the Praslin-La Digue Section.
Mr. Moses commenced his career in SPF formerly known as the ‘Seychelles Pension Scheme’ in May 1999. Initially he worked in the Accounts section and also processed benefit claims. He held a number of positions in the organisation and following the reform of the pension system and the introduction of the Seychelles Pension Fund in 2006, Mr. Moses was appointed as head of the Benefit section; a core section which administers payment of monthly pensions to eligible members and also provide advisory services. Thereafter, following internal restructuring in January 2018, he was promoted to the Chief Officer level for the Pension division where he worked closely with the previous General Manager.
In his career he has been exposed to numerous international experience in the pension administration field and undertook various work attachments worldwide. Mr. Moses is amongst the longest serving staff of the SPF and brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the organisation.
Mr. Moses holds a Diploma in Business Studies and Accounting from Seychelles Polytechnic and a Diploma in Accounting and Business from Association of Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA). He also holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Lincoln in the United Kingdom.