The Social Security Investment Fund (SSIF) (formerly the Investment Unit) was established in 2001 to manage investment of the Social Security Corporation (SSC) funds with the objective of realizing meaningful and sustainable returns on SSC investments while maintaining the real value of the assets and providing the liquidity needed to meet the SSC’s future obligations. The Fund started its operations in the beginning of 2003 after adoption of the investment strategies that govern its work. The Fund is subject to the provisions of the Social Security Law No. 1 of 2014, and its work is regulated in financial, technical and regulatory matters by bylaws and legislation, which are adopted by the Investment Board and the Board of Directors of the Social Security Corporation

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AccommodationAgricultureEco-tourismEnergyFood cropsHospitalityPower transmission and distributionRenewable energyTourism
Main & Sub Clusters: Public
Main & Sub Services: Donor
Cities: Amman



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