PensionDanmark is a not-for-profit labor-market pension fund established in 1993. It offers defined contribution pension, insurance and health care products on the basis of collective agreements covering more than 630,000 individuals employed in 27,700 companies within the private and public sector.
Since 2006 the company has also collected contributions for financing life-long-learning initiatives. In 2010, premiums of EUR 1.4bn made PensionDanmark the fourth largest pension company in Denmark. Assets under management had grown to EUR 16.4bn at the end of 2011 making PensionDanmark the seventh-largest pension fund in Denmark on that measure.
The company has not participated in any projects.
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