Nordea Life in Denmark sees investment return plateau

Both ongoing and one-off premiums at Nordea Liv & Pension have increased by less than one percent in the second quarter.

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Since spring, Denmark's Nordea Liv & Pension is customer-owned. But the shift in corporate ownership has not coinicided with any signficant change in the size of the pension company's customer base.

According to its latest interim report, premiums increased slightly in the second quarter of this year.

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