Premium pension should add infrastructure, real estate, says AP7

Investment within Sweden’s PPM — the part of the state pension which lets Swedes choose their own investment fund — must increase its asset diversification, argues the chairman of the default PPM provider AP7. 

Bo Källstrand, chairman of AP7 | Photo: PR

Sweden’s premium pension system (PPM), the portion of the state pension that allows individuals to choose how their contributions are invested, should include a broader range of underlying asset types, according to national pension fund AP7.

The fund, which runs the default option within the PPM in the shape of its balanced lifestyle pension product Såfa, has called for increased diversification within the offerings in its response to the latest proposal in the ongoing PPM reform.

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