New pension scheme proposal may boost ATP's net payments

If a new obligatory pension scheme proposal is passed, ATP will see a 40 percent inflow in assets under management.

An obligatory pension scheme for unemployed and people receiving government support may surge ATP's inflow by 40 percent, according to Bloomberg.

The new pension scheme proposal is the subject of debate in the Danish parliament and has not been passed yet. If passed, the proposal would raise annual net payments into ATP by as much as DKK 4 billion (EUR 540 million).

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