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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 22.08.2017, 08:24

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Indexo's government-funded pension plan attracts EUR 13.5 mln in first month

Indexo's government-funded pension plan attracts EUR 13.5 mln in first month

08.08.2017

Indexo Izaugsme, the government-funded pension plan launched by Indexo investment management company at the beginning of July 2017, attracted EUR 13.5 million during the first month of operations, Indexo CEO Toms Kreicbergs told LETA.

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



Average monthly pension in Latvia reaches EUR 304

Average monthly pension in Latvia reaches EUR 304

07.08.2017

According to the State Social Insurance Agency, the average monthly pension in Latvia has reached EUR 304.30 in August 2017, which is EUR 8.15 more than a year ago, reports LETA.

ECHR: crisis-era pension cuts didn't violate human rights in Lithuania

ECHR: crisis-era pension cuts didn't violate human rights in Lithuania

28.07.2017

The austerity measures taken by the earlier conservative government during a crisis did not violate human rights, the European Court of Human Rights ruled on July 27th, reports LETA/BNS.


Latvia shows one of the fastest improvements in the Global Retirement Index 2017

Latvia shows one of the fastest improvements in the Global Retirement Index 2017

25.07.2017

Latvia has been ranked 34th in the Global Retirement Index 2017 drawn up by Natixis Global Asset Management, which is two positions lower than last year. Other Baltic states have shown better results than Latvia this year, with Lithuania taking 31st and Estonia 26th position, informs LETA.

Capital of Latvia's private pension funds grows by 4.7% in H1

Capital of Latvia's private pension funds grows by 4.7% in H1

14.07.2017

During the first six months of 2017, Latvia's private pension funds increased their aggregate capital by EUR 17.766 million or 4.7% to EUR 398.363 million, reports LETA, according to the information released by the Latvian Association of Commercial Banks.


03.07.2017

Bridging the pensions gap: Commission suggest Pan-European Personal Pensions

The Commission proposed a new system for a Pan-European private pensions market as a new voluntary scheme to save for retirement. The new “product” would benefit savers around Europe by complementing existing national pension products. Alongside occupational pensions, personal pension plans would be supplemental to state-based pensions, but not replacing or harmonizing national personal pension regimes.

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