About The Pension Reserve Fund
The Pension Reserve Fund (The Reserve) is a novel mechanism that receives annual contributions from the Government of Puerto Rico to set money aside to support the payment of certain pensions when the Government does not have enough funds. It was created by the Commonwealth Plan of Adjustment confirmed by the U.S. District Court for the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
To create a multimillion-dollar fund to support and provide greater security to pension payments of current and future retirees of the Government of Puerto Rico when the Government does not have enough money.
To strengthen and provide stability to the pensions of retirees and active employees of the Government of Puerto Rico.
Find answers to frequently asked questions from the retiree community and current employees.
en el Periodo de Transición
Conoce cuáles son las funciones del Consejo de Beneficios durante el Periodo de Transición (Consejo Transitorio), y quiénes lo componen.
de la votación
Los participantes de la Reserva participaron del proceso de elecciones para elegir a los candidatos que formarán el Consejo de Beneficios de Pensiones. Accede para conocer quiénes fueron electos.
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In addition to the Benefits Council, THE PENSION RESERVE has another separate component with different functions: the Investment Board. The Board, which consists of five trustees with expertise in investments and pensions, appointed for a 6-year term, invests, and manages funds in THE PENSION RESERVE.