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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 01.09.2014, 23:56

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Assets of pension fund participants in Lithuania nearing EUR 1.7 bln in H1

Assets of pension fund participants in Lithuania nearing EUR 1.7 bln in H1

21.08.2014

In the first half of 2014 the assets managed by 2nd pillar pension funds grew by LTL 496.41 million (EUR 143.77 million) and stood at LTL 5.94 billion (EUR 1.72 billion) at the end of June 2014, reports LETA/ELTA.

Keyword tags: Financial Services, Funds, Investments, Lithuania, Pensioners



Obligatory pension funds' asset volume in Estonia grew at record pace in H1

Obligatory pension funds' asset volume in Estonia grew at record pace in H1

19.08.2014

The volume of the Estonian semi-obligatory second pillar pension funds, which are funded partly by the state and partly by people, increased at record pace in the first half of the year 2014, LETA/Postimees Online cites the fresh financial market report of the Financial Supervision Authority.

European Structural and Investment Funds in action: case of France

European Structural and Investment Funds in action: case of France

11.08.2014

New EU-France partnership agreement with about € 16 billion from the European Cohesion, Social Fund and fisheries is aimed at investing in human resources in 2014-20. Over € 1.2 billion of this amount will be spent for France's outermost regions. The ESF will focus on the country's most vulnerable people: almost one third of all funding will be dedicated to social inclusion and the fight against poverty.


Estonian Health Insurance Fund deficit 21 mln euros in H1

Estonian Health Insurance Fund deficit 21 mln euros in H1

11.08.2014

The Estonian Health Insurance Fund (EHIF) ended the first half of the year with a higher than planned deficit because the income from the social tax's health insurance part has been lower than forecast, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.

Latvia reached top in Pension Sustainability Index 2014

Latvia reached top in Pension Sustainability Index 2014

18.07.2014

The global financial services company Allianz unveiled Pension Sustainability Index (PSI), which covers 50 states and places the Estonian pension system on the 11th position; in 2011, Estonia was located on the 13th position in the rankings, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports. Latvian pension system proved to be more sustainable.

16.07.2014

EcoMin: Latvia cannot hope to retrieve all funds invested to save the finance system

Latvia cannot hope to retrieve all funds that were invested to save and stabilize the national finance system, Minister of Economy Vjaceslavs Dombrovskis (Reform Party) believes, informs LETA.

16.07.2014

SEB to invest EUR 16.26 mln pension fund assets in Baltic economies

SEB pension fund asset management companies in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia have teamed up with the leading private equity firm in Baltics BaltCap to invest EUR 16.26 million of pension fund assets in developing Baltic companies through BaltCap Private Equity Fund II (BPEF II), informed BC head of corporate communication at SEB Martins Panke.

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