Like the big Nordic banks and asset managers, Swedish pension fund Alecta this week published its latest figures after the third quarter of the year. The difference is that Alecta's report highlights the year-to-date performance, which was strong for both of its pension portfolios.
The defined contribution portfolio -- the smaller of the two with SEK 205bn (EUR 20bn) -- had returns amounting to 14.1 percent this year so far. Alecta's defined benefit portfolio, with SEK 948bn (EUR 95bn) in assets under management returned 8.9 percent year-to-date.
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