At the end of last May, unemployment withdrawals from the Afore reached one thousand 942 million pesos, an increase of 10.7% in nominal terms compared to the same period in 2021, according to data from the National Commission of the Retirement Savings System (Consar).
Thus, in the fifth month of the year, unemployment withdrawals made by workers they made a comebackafter a decrease in April in line with the recovery of the labor market in the country.
In the accumulated of the year, the unemployment withdrawals of the Afore reached eight thousand 832.9 million pesosan increase in nominal terms of 2.4% compared to the same period of the previous year.
For Afore, Coppel remains the administrator with the largest amount of withdrawals for unemployment, with 430 million pesos; she is followed by Azteca with 364 million pesos and Afore XXI Banorte with 318.1 million pesos.
Fee cap continues to affect Afore profits
Five months after the entry into force of the cap on the commissions charged by Afores to workers for the administration of their resources, the profits of the ten Afores that operate in the country continue to show reductions.
According to Consar, from January to last May, Afore profits reached a total of 1,299 million pesos, a decrease in nominal terms of 77.5% compared to the same period in 2021.
Three administrators continue to operate with negative numbers. Afore Invercap posted a loss of 158 million pesos, followed by Principal with a loss of 126 million pesos and Azteca with a loss of 22.6 million pesos.