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The National Insurance Scheme (NIS) is looking to strengthen its long term existence and is now inviting investment proposals.According to an advertisement in the newspapers, the entity in its opening call, is inviting companies or financial institutions to submit the investment proposals.NIS is looking for investment proposals from banks and other companies.The investments of NIS monies do not necessarily have to be in Guyana. They could involve entities from within the region.These investments can be equity, debt or other appropriate financial instruments,Adrian Dantley Jersey, NIS explained.“Investments will be assessed for financial sustainability and balanced with the appropriate risk that will guarantee the social protection benefits expected of the scheme.”NIS said that the proposals must be for investments within the range of $300M to $3B with duration of medium to long term.The proposals must be accompanied by audited accounts for the three most recent years of operation.The closing date for the proposals are April 8 with NIS making it clear that it reserves the right to reject proposals not consistent with its policies, investment goals or mandate.NIS has been, over recent years, seeking ways to invest the billions of dollars it holds in reserve.With few options, dwindling contributions and increasing payments, the call for investment proposals would be one of the options that the entity is considering.In January, the David Granger administration announced measures to haul the entity back into a more solid footing.The measures included the recovery of over US$26M invested in the now bankrupt CLICO.The scheme is facing tough times with its annual payouts level with the contributions from workers. With a falling number of contributors, especially from self-employed persons,Kurt Warner Cardinals Throwback Jersey, and benefits likely to increase in the coming years, NIS is facing a major challenge – how to raise its revenues.While it has billions of dollars in cash, the growing deficit is what is worrying.It is already in a big hole, with $5.2B invested in the Trinidad-owned CLICO in limbo after the company’s Bahamas sister company collapsed in 2009, pulling down the others with it.NIS, with a large chunk of its monies invested, was left on shaky ground. A court case has gone nowhere.In January,NFL Jerseys Clearance, Finance Minister,Deion Jones Falcons Jersey UK, Winston Jordan, in his 2016 budget presentation, acknowledged that the scheme has been facing several challenges over the years, including a lack of compliance by both employers and employees, combined with unprofitable investments.“In 2016, the Government intends to examine options for repayment of $5.24 billion owed by CLICO.? To this end, the Government will start discussions on the modality of an arrangement that will see NIS recovering this money over the long term,” he announced.Additionally, it is the intention for the Management of NIS to “work diligently” to ensure greater compliance through the enforcement of the laws.“This year, management will be targeting delinquent businesses and employers, in order to recover the $1.3 billion in arrears owed to the scheme. The NIS will also be examining an appropriate investment policy to guide its investments to ensure that future investments are profitable.”The Minister noted that NIS plays an important role in enhancing the capacity of the poor and vulnerable to manage risks such as unemployment, disability, sickness and old age.“Given this, as well as Government’s commitment to reduce poverty and inequality within our society, we will ensure that profitability is restored at NIS, over the longer term,Wholesale Jerseys China,” he promised.But getting NIS back on track, especially with regard to that US$25M investment in CLICO,NFL Jerseys China, may take some doing.In October 2013, Guyana learnt from the then People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) government that CLICO (Guyana) had already been liquated and that the money secured from the sale of its assets had been paid out to more than 4,000 policyholders.One of the properties that NIS received was the one on Camp Street where the current Headquarters of the Guyana Revenue Authority sits.How NIS decided to invest US$30M in CLICO, money that was later transferred out the country under questionable circumstances, has never been answered.What is known is that soon after CLICO (Guyana) went belly-up in 2009, its local chief, Geeta Singh-Knight, was appointed a key official in the US$40M Berbice Bridge. She was