PensionDanmark is labor market pension fund owned by its members

750,000
members are served by us

We invest member’s savings in a sustainable and responsible way

It generates attractive returns and contributes to making the world a better place

Lifelong learning leads to less sickness absence and enhanced job security

18
educational funds provide financial support for supplementary training

Our activities are guided by the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals

The goals are an integral part of our business
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Latest news

20 January 2020

New signatories to joint Tax Code of Conduct

4 December 2019

European recognition for PensionDanmark

7 October 2019

PensionDanmark invests in Maritime Investment Fund II

PensionDanmark in Key Figures (Q3 2019)

  • 10.9

    billion kr. contributions

  • 5.6

    billion kr benefits paid

  • 22

    billion kr return on investment

  • 750,000

    number of members

  • 4.6

    billion kr equity

  • 260

    billion kr balance sheet

Our DNA

PensionDanmark is labor market pension fund founded and owned by number of employer and labour organisations to administer the occupational pension schemes that are part of the collective agreements

Our members

Our mission is to enable our members to have a long and productive working life and to give them a financially secure retirement.

Our investments

We invest member’s savings in a sustainable and responsible way. It generates attractive returns and contributes to making the world a better place

Our employees

Every day our competent employees work with great commitment to generate world class results

UN Global Goals for sustainable development

Responsibility and sustainability are part of PensionDanmark’s DNA. The UN Sustainable Development Goals have provided us with a framework for our CSR efforts, and with new opportunities.
As a provider of supplementary welfare benefits within the areas of pension, social security and lifelong learning and as a major investor, most of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals are relevant to our work.

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