PFA sounds pension alarm as more than ten percent aren't saving enough

New executive hire Camilla Holm explains how she plans to change the conditions for clients at PFA and get more people saving enough for retirement.

Camilla Holm, PFA | Photo: Stine Bidstrup/ERH

In 2022, Denmark's largest pension company, PFA, aims to tackle the problem of people who are not saving optimally for their retirements.

Some of the company's 1.3 million clients are saving too little. Others are saving too much. Some clients have not put enough protections in place for their families if they suffer from a dehibilatating injury or die. Meanwhile, others are spending too much on insurance, and not enough on savings.

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