SSSpresident submits resignation to Duterte
Social Security System (SSS) Chief Emmanuel F. Dooc submitted his resignation letter yesterday to President Rodrigo Duterte as President and Chief Executive Officer (PCEO) of the pension fund at the same time Republic Act 11199 or the Social Security Act of 2018 took eff ect .
In his letter to President Duterte, Dooc “voluntarily and irrevocably stepped down to provide him the opportunity to name a new President and CEO of SSS.”
As the 17th chief of the pension fund, Dooc leaves a legacy in SSS of significant accomplishments highlighted by the new SS law that has long-term impact on the viability of the pension fund and critical in providing more relevant benefits to its members and pensioners.
Dooc joined the pension fund in November 2016 after serving as Insurance Commissioner in 2011 until his appointment in SSS. During his stint with the Insurance Commission, Dooc also led the enactment of the Revised Insurance Code of 2012 which paved the way for the unprecedented growth of the insurance i ndust r y.
In SSS, with just a little over two years in his post, Dooc’s management posted the highest members’contribution collection in the history
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— Benjie Pangan