ATP surpasses significant bonus threshold

ATP's board will decide later this year whether its 5 million members will receive a bonus, as bonus savings have rocketed in 2021.

Bo Foged, CEO, ATP | Photo: Stine Bidstrup/ERH

Current and future pensioners can possibly look forward to getting a bit more from ATP in the future than they do at present.

The reason for this is that the bonus margin, which determines the relationship between bonus resources, which, simply put, are used to generate returns, and guaranteed pensions, which are the funds set aside by the company so it can live up to its liabilities to pension savers, has surpassed 20 percent.

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