AMF urges 630,000 Swedes to review pension savings

The overhaul of eligible pension funds in Sweden's Premium Pension System should prompt 630,000 Swedish pension savers to take another look at their choice of savings funds, according to Jonas Eliasson, CEO of AMF Fonder.

Jonas Eliasson, CEO of AMF Fonder. | Photo: PR

Asset managers in Sweden are competing for the large swathe of pensions savings now in transition following a restructuring of the Swedish Premium Pension System -- the defined contribution (DC) part of the state pension.

The restructuring has led to a big fall in the number of available funds on the system's funds platform.

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