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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Sunday, 02.08.2015, 05:13

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Lithuania's 2nd pillar pension funds records growth despite turmoil in global financial markets

Lithuania's 2nd pillar pension funds records growth despite turmoil in global financial markets

16.07.2015

Nearly all of the 2nd pillar pension funds operating in Lithuania recorded positive returns in the first half of 2015, while the average change in an investment unit was 4.70%. Since the beginning of the year the value of the net assets of 2nd pillar pension funds has increased by EUR 178.19 million and amounted to EUR 2.044 billion (LTL 7.057 billion), reports LETA/ELTA, referring to the Bank of Lithuania.

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



Only 3 municipalities in Lithuania provide all social services to the elderly

Only 3 municipalities in Lithuania provide all social services to the elderly

10.07.2015

The number of older people in Lithuania is rising (in 1990, pensioners represented 19% of the total population, in 2014 – 22.4%), the need for social services is increasing, however the supply of services remains poor and hardly accessible, reports LETA/ELTA, referring to the National Audit Office says.

Financial literacy of Latvian residents gradually improving in 2015

Financial literacy of Latvian residents gradually improving in 2015

03.07.2015

Financial literacy of Latvian residents is gradually improving, according to study by the Financial and Capital Market Commission, cites LETA.


Minimum monthly wage, pensions grow in Lithuania from July

Minimum monthly wage, pensions grow in Lithuania from July

01.07.2015

The minimum monthly wage and the old-age pension has been increased in Lithuania from 1 July 2015, reports LETA/ELTA.

FinMin plans to introduce minimum social contributions in Latvia

FinMin plans to introduce minimum social contributions in Latvia

01.07.2015

The Finance Ministry wants to introduce minimum social contributions in Latvia from 2016 – regardless of a person's salary, he or she, or the person's employer will have to pay a certain amount in social contributions, as Finance Minister Janis Reirs (Unity) said during a meeting with the Latvian Pensioners' Federation on June 30th 2015, informs LETA.

29.06.2015

Latvia’s president promulgates amendments to Pensions Law

Latvia’s president Andris Berzins on June 26th 2015 promulgated amendments to the Law on State Pensions, stipulating recalculation of pensions as of next year in order to prevent the impact of a negative index of mandatory state social insurance contributions (capital index), writes LETA.

29.05.2015

1 in 3 Lithuanians received pensions in 2014

In 2014, the number of recipients of old-age pensions paid by the State Social Insurance Fund (Sodra) decreased by a thousand to 599,600. By the end of 2014, as much as 923,200 people received at least one type of pension, i.e. one in three Lithuanians, writes LETA/ELTA.

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