Welcome to Invest India Micro Pension Services

IIMPS educates, encourages and enables low income informal sector workers to accumulate micro-savings for their old age in a secure, convenient, affordable and well regulated environment using its scalable and sustainable Micro Pension® model.

  • Bihar Innovation Forum Awards

    IIMPS was awarded the second prize at the Bihar Innovation Forum for Excellence & Innovation in Financial Services in January 2014. There were over 120 organizations competing for this and IIMPS was presented this award and a cash prize by the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Bihar Shri Nitish Kumar.
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  • Ujjivan and IIMPS launch Micro-Pension scheme for women

    Ujjivan, one of India’s leading microfinance institutions in partnership with IIMPS (Invest India Micro-Pension Services) launched two micro-pension products for over 10 lakh urban poor women across India.
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  • IIMPS-NABARD Rural Micro-Pension Initiative

    This joint initiative is field-testing innovative strategies and secure micro-payment solutions to encourage and enable SHG members in 8 districts of 4 States to save for their old age.
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  • Pensions for Overseas Migrant Workers

    Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs has launched a new co-contributions based scheme that will encourage 5 million overseas Indian workers to voluntarily save for their return and resettlement and old age.
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  • Micro Pension Prepaid Card

    Most IIMPS clients do not have a bank account. Such clients now use their "Micro Pension Prepaid Card" for cashless transfer of micro-savings directly to regulated product providers
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  • Retirement Literacy

    An innovative pension and savings literacy toolkt has been developed with NABARD and KfW to inform and educate low income informal sector workers about pensions, savings and insurance concepts and products.
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  • Regional Cooperation on Pension Inclusion

    ADB and IIMPS have developed an institutional mechanism for regional cooperation within South Asia on pension policy design and implementation strategies targeting the working poor.
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  • CCTs Linked to Retirement Savings by the Poor

    The Viswakarma Scheme (2008) of the Rajasthan Government has demonstrated that pension co-contributions by the State can motivate voluntary enrolments and retirement savings discipline among low income informal sector workers.
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Changing Lives
field updates

Low income individuals in remote tribal locations at Tamil Nadu are now being enrolled for "micro-pension" in partnership with Centre for Tribal Research and Development (CTRD).

IIMPS and eKutir will jointly assist low income farmers in Odisha to accumulate micro-savings through the Micro-Pension model.