Two thirds of Danish pension savings are invested abroad

According to an industry organization, more than EUR 269bn in pension savings is invested abroad. The USA is an especially popular target for investors.

Photo: Thomas Borberg

When Danes pay their pension premiums, most of the money ends up being invested abroad.

In fact, two thirds of Danish pension savings are invested in other countries, adding up to more than DKK 2,000bn (EUR 269bn), industry oranization Forsikring & Pension reports in a press release.

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