PKA CEO expects a comeback to the average interest pension product

They're criticized and negative. Still, Jon Johnsen CEO at Danish pension fund PKA predicts that the traditional guaranteed interest pension products have a future.

Jon Johnsen, CEO at PKA. | Photo: PR/PKA

The promise for customers may be that as a minimum, they're guaranteed less than what they're depositing.

It may also be that other pension companies have sent this type of pension product to be phased out and are generally criticizing the product.

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