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First day of business for Futur Pension after sheding its Danica past

After long preparations, Danica Pension in Sweden has become Futur Pension. Monday this week was the first day at the new office in Stockholm for employees and CEO Claes Carlson.

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Futur Pension, formerly Danica Pension Sweden, opened its doors to its employees at the new office on Linnégatan in Stockholm on Monday this week. A long process of becoming an independent pension insurance company has been completed, according to investors' newssite Realtid.se.

"It feels like the first day of my new life. This weekend we moved all the data from our previous IT system to our new system and today our employees get new phones, email addresses and much more. It feels great that we finally rowed this boat ashore," Claes Carlson, CEO of Futur Pension, told Realtid.se on the first day.

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