Military division and large savings bank contribute to Danish pension company's growth

Danish pension company Sampension has reached more than 300,000 customers and now manages total assets of EUR 40.2bn, according to a press release. New pension schemes by Denmark's largest savings bank and a military division have contributed to drive growth.

Sampension's HQ by the harbour Tuborg Havn north of Copenhagen. | Photo: PR/Sampension

Payments continue to grow for Danish pension company Sampension, surpassing EUR 670.5m in six months for the first time.

Customers' total payments have increased by 13.5 percent to EUR 737.5m of which one-off payments make up EUR 201.1m, representing an increase of 56 percent compared to the first half of 2018.

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