United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund (UNJSPF)
Caisse commune des pensions du personnel des Nations Unies
Caja Común de Pensiones del Personal de las Naciones Unidas
1949, by resolution 248 (III) of the General Assembly of A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN) effective 23 Jan 1949; and amended by: resolution 680 (VII) effective 1 Jan 1953; resolution 772 (VIII) effective 1 Jan 1954 and 1 Jan 1955; resolution 874 (IX) effective 4 Dec 1954; resolution 955 (X) effective 3 Nov 1955; resolution 1073 (XI) effective 7 Dec 1956; resolution 1201 (XII) effective 1 Jan 1958; resolution 1309 (XIII) dated 10 Dec 1958; resolutions 1561 (XV) and 1614 (XV) effective 1 Apr 1961; resolution 1799 (XVII) effective 1 Jan 1963; resolution 2524 (XXIV) effective 1 Jan 1970; resolution 2887 (XXVI) effective 1 Jan 1972; resolution 3354 (XXIX) effective 1 Jan 1975; resolution 3526 (XXX) effective 1 Jan 1976; resolution 31/196 effective 1 Jan 1977; resolution 32/74 effective 1 Jan 1978; resolution 34/221 effective 1 Jan 1980; resolution 35/215 effective 1 Jan 1981; resolution 37/131 effective 1 Jan 1983; resolution 38/233 effective 1 Jan 1984; resolution 39/246 effective 1 Jan 1985; resolution 40/245 effective 1 Jan 1986; resolution 41/208 effective 1 Apr 1987; resolution 42/222 effective 1 Jan 1988 and 1 Jan 1989; resolution 44/199 effective 1 Jan 1990; resolution 45/242 effective 1 Jan 1991; resolution 46/192 effective 1 Jan 1992; resolution 47/203 effective 1 Jan 1993; resolution 48/225 effective 1 Jan 1994; resolution 49/224 effective 1 Jan 1995; resolution 51/217 effective 1 Jan 1997; resolution 53/210 effective 1 Jan 1999; resolution 55/224 effective 1 Jan 2001; resolution 57/286 effective 1 Jan 2003; resolution 59/269 effective 1 Jan 2005; resolution 61/240 effective 1 Jan 2007; resolution 62/252 effective 1 Jan 2009; resolution 63/252 effective 1 Jan 2010.
Provide retirement, death, disability and related benefits for staff of the United Nations, Specialized Agencies and the other organizations admitted to membership in the Fund.
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Jointly administered by member organizations through United Nations Joint Staff Pension Board (UNJSPB), consisting of 33 members, one third chosen by General Assembly or corresponding body of member organizations, one third by their executive heads and on third by their participants, with 4 additional representatives of retirees. United Nations Joint Staff Pension Board Standing Committee; Investments Committee; United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund Senior Management; Committee of Actuaries; Emergency Fund. Officers: Chairman; 1st and 2nd Vice-Chairmen; Rapporteur.
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