Pensioners

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 18.09.2018, 22:54

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Pension funds invest EUR 74.4 mln in Estonia in Q2

Pension funds invest EUR 74.4 mln in Estonia in Q2

26.07.2018

Pension funds invested 74.4 mln euros in the Estonian economy in the second quarter, 40% of which were made up by shares of the port operator Tallinna Sadam (Port of Tallinn).

Keyword tags: Economics, Estonia, Funds, Investments, Pensioners



More than 3 bln EUR already accumulated by pension fund participants in Lithuania

More than 3 bln EUR already accumulated by pension fund participants in Lithuania

20.07.2018

The assets of 2nd pillar pension funds operating in Lithuania exceeded 3 bln EUR and at the end of June 2018 accounted for 3,082 mln. EUR. The performance of the majority of the pension funds was better in the second quarter of this year than in the first, while the 10-year long-term return has been positive.

Lithuanians, Estonians save up for retirement more actively than Latvians

Lithuanians, Estonians save up for retirement more actively than Latvians

02.07.2018

In Latvia, fewer people are making additional savings for their future pensions than in neighboring Lithuania and Estonia, according to SEB Retirement Readiness Survey, cites LETA.


Lithuanian Seimas backs pension reform

Lithuanian Seimas backs pension reform

27.06.2018

The Seimas of Lithuania on Tuesday backed a proposed pension reform, with 66 votes in favor of the amendments to the Law on The Accumulation of Pensions, 18 against and 17 abstentions, informs LETA/BNS.

Contributions to private pension plans in Latvia reach new record-high in Q1

Contributions to private pension plans in Latvia reach new record-high in Q1

22.06.2018

People's interest in accumulating pension capital remains high in Latvia, and the contributions made to the private pension plans in the first quarter of this year reached a new all-times record-high, said the financial regulator, the Finance and Capital Market Commission, cites LETA.


01.06.2018

Lietuvos bankas: increase in retirement age 'inevitable'

As Lithuania's population declines, the country may have to increase its retirement age in the future to solve the problems of the pension system, a central bank official said on June 1st, cites LETA/BNS.

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