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LHV bought Danske's Estonian pension funds for EUR 10.9 mln

LHV bought Danske's Estonian pension funds for EUR 10.9 mln

22.06.2016

AS LHV Varahaldus, asset management subsidiary of AS LHV Group, bought Danske Capital AS for 10.92 million euros, LHV told the stock exchange, informs LETA/BNS.

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



Capital accumulated in government-funded pension scheme in Latvia grows by 3.1% in Q1

Capital accumulated in government-funded pension scheme in Latvia grows by 3.1% in Q1

08.06.2016

In the first quarter of the year 2016, the capital accumulated in the government-funded or second-pillar pension scheme in Latvia grew by EUR 72.9 million or 3.1% to EUR 2.4 billion at the end of March, reported LETA, referring to the Finance and Capital Market Commission (FCMC).

Pensioners ask Latvian PM to compensate growing electricity costs

Pensioners ask Latvian PM to compensate growing electricity costs

24.05.2016

The Latvian Federation of Pensioners has sent a letter to Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis (Greens/Farmers) with a request to create a mechanism to compensate low-income pensioners for the rising cost of electricity.


Average old-age pension in Estonia was EUR 370.6 in Q1

Average old-age pension in Estonia was EUR 370.6 in Q1

20.05.2016

The average old-age pension in Estonia was 370.6 euros per month in the first quarter of 2016, data of Statistics Estonia show, cites LETA.

Private pension funds in Latvia have increased capital by EUR 4.7 mln in 4 months

Private pension funds in Latvia have increased capital by EUR 4.7 mln in 4 months

19.05.2016

During the first four months of 2016, Latvia's private pension funds increased their aggregate capital by EUR 4.69 million, or 1.4%, to EUR 335.087 million, the Association of Latvian Commercial Banks informed LETA, citing information from the Private Pension Funds Committee.

17.05.2016

Latvian economist sees aging, low productivity as key challenges in Baltics

An aging population and low productivity are the biggest challenges for economic growth in the Baltic countries, Swedbank's chief economist in Latvia said on Tuesday, cites LETA/BNS.

12.05.2016

Minister: Estonian pension system needs change

Although present pensioners need not worry, the pension system of Estonia definitely needs to be changed in the future as a result of demographics, Minister of Social Protection Margus Tsahkna told lawmakers on May 11th, cites LETA/BNS.

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