The Treasury Staff Mutual
In order to promote and maintain the spirit of solidarity and mutual assistance, the Directorate General of the Treasury and Financial and Monetary Cooperation has created a Mutual, called Mutuelle des Personnels du Trésor (MUTRESOR), which brings together civil servants, contract workers, government employees working in the central and decentralized services of the DGTCFM, retired staff and seconded Treasury officials.A member of the mutual insurance company is any civil servant, contract worker or government employee working in the central or decentralised services of the DGTCFM or in any other service and who pays his membership fees and contributions. Membership is lost through resignation, suspension, striking off or death.
The MUTRESOR consists of 05 organs:
- The General Assembly;
- The Board of Directors;
- The National Management Committee;
- The Control Commission;
- Local Management Committees.
- The General Assembly is the deliberative body and the National Management Committee is responsible for day-to-day administration.
MUTRESOR’s services include:
- The death grant;
- Birth grant;
- The retirement bonus;
- Marriage allowance;
- Assistance to social organizations.
Medical expenses for hospitalization and medical evacuation are covered by the AXA insurance company. The insurance policy purchased covers:
- Residential care;
- External care;
- Dental consultations;
- Ophthalmological consultations.
The MUTRESOR budget, which runs from 1 January to 31 December, is voted on by 28 February at the latest. It includes the resources and expenses related to the operation of the Mutual.
The resources come from:
- Subscriptions from benefactor members;
- Membership fees and contributions;
- The share of the proceeds of penalties;
- The share of the revenues of the “Bulletin du Trésor”;
- Interest on funds invested with financial institutions;
- Products of MUTRESOR’s activities.
MUTRESOR’s expenses consist of management fees and assistance fees (allowances) paid to members in full compliance with their membership fees.
The Mutual’s Internal Regulations set out the amount of membership fees, contributions and allowances as shown in the tables below.
|Membership and Quarterly Dues Schedule|
|GROUPS||Membership Fees||Mandatory membership fee per member||Optional contribution for an insured spouse||Optional contribution per legitimate child|
|Group I: Directors, Deputy Directors, Deputy Directors, Deputy Directors and Assimilated||10.000||25.000||10.000||5.000|
|Group II: Heads of Department, Executives A and B, Contractors in 10th category and above||10.000||10.000||10.000||5.000|
|Group III: Others||10.000||5.000||5.000||3.000|
|GROUPS||Death Allowance||Birth allowance||Marriage Allowance||Retirement bonus|
|Group I: Directors, Deputy Directors, Deputy Directors, Deputy Directors and Assimilated||1500.000||50.000||300.000||300.000|
|Group II: Heads of Department, Executives A and B, Contractors in 10th category and above||1.000.000||50.000||200.000||200.000|
|Group III: Others||500.000||50.000||150.000||150.000|
N.B. In the event of the death of an insured spouse, in addition to a wreath of flowers in the amount of 100,000. FCFA, the member receives assistance from the MUTRESOR according to the following rates:
Group 1: 250,000. FCFA ;
Group 2: 200,000. FCFA ;
Group 3: 100,000. FCFA
In the event of the death of an insured child, the member receives assistance of 100,000 FCFA from MUTRESOR.