Danish pension savers reaped returns totaling EUR 278bn in 2002–2022

New data from interest group Insurance & Pension Denmark show that domestic retirement savers received returns totaling DKK 2.072trn during the period.

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Between 2002 and 2020, pension savers in Denmark raked in returns totaling DKK 2.072trn (EUR 278.3bn), writes domestic business media Finans based on data from trade association Insurance & Pension Denmark

During the same time frame, the country’s pension customers paid in contributions totaling DKK 2.3trn

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