RETIREMENT PLANNING: WHY SHOULD YOU EVEN BOTHER?

RETIREMENT PLANNING: WHY SHOULD YOU EVEN BOTHER?

As I grow older (and wiser), retirement starts to hit home a lot harder than it did when I was 25 years old. It has moved from being a vague possibility to a definite reality. There are several issues associated with this big and unavoidable life stage. What would I...
NICO Pension declares 14% bonus

NICO Pension declares 14% bonus

NICO Pension has declared a 14% bonus for the year 2021 on pension funds under the Ufulu Unrestricted Fund. The return is an improvement from 2020’s 9.37% in the economy that has been affected by several issues, including disruptions cause by Covid-19 and rapidly...
NICO supports PUSSAM training

NICO supports PUSSAM training

NICO Group has donated K1,980,000.00 to Public Universities Staff Sports Association of Malawi (PUSSAM). The funds will go towards the association’s training sessions for its executive members. As a leading financial institution in Malawi, NICO Group believes in...
NICO Life launches Kumudzi Diaspora Funeral Plan

NICO Life launches Kumudzi Diaspora Funeral Plan

NICO Life has launched a funeral policy targeting Malawians in Diaspora aptly named, Kumudzi Diaspora Funeral Plan as a way of easing the dignified repatriation and burial after the death of individuals living abroad. The Kumudzi Funeral Plan will pay out a cash...
NICO treats executive golfers to South Africa trip

NICO treats executive golfers to South Africa trip

NICO Group has delivered its promise of flying winners of it’s The ONE Executive Golf Challenge on an all-expenses-paid golf trip to South Africa. As part of its 50th anniversary celebrations, NICO Group held golf tournaments in October and November 2021 in Blantyre...
NICO SUPPORTS CYCLONE ANA VICTIMS WITH 27M

NICO SUPPORTS CYCLONE ANA VICTIMS WITH 27M

In a bid to support Government’s call for assistance towards relief to victims of Cyclone Ana, NICO Group has, through World Vision, donated MK27 Million to victims in Chikwawa District. Chikwawa was hit the hardest as over 84 thousand households in Chikwawa were...