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AP-funds outperform their return goals – with one exception

Every year the Swedish government commissions an external evaluation of Sweden's AP pension funds. Hired to compile the report this year, McKinsey suggests more cooperation between the four buffer funds to increase transparency and understanding of their sustainability work. In terms of returns, one fund lagged in 2020.

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Consultancy firm McKinsey recently concluded its evaluation of the Swedish AP-funds and delivered the final report to the Ministry of Finance.

The Swedish government requests an annual evaluation of the AP-funds by an external party to track how the funds deliver on their return goals, how they manage costs and how they manage their sustainability work.

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