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Danes set to have the highest retirement age in the world

Danes born in 2018 have prospects of retiring in 2094 when they are 76.5 years old. This is the result of Danish pension reform adjustments to align pensions with increasing life expectancy in the Nordic country, according to Berlingske Business.

Torben M. Andersen, professor of finance at Aarhus University Photo: ritzaufoto/arkiv/Joachim Ladefoged

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Foreign asset managers open more offices in "attractive" Nordics

The rivalry between global asset managers in the Nordics is gradually sharpening, increasing the need for firms in the race to set up a physical presence locally. AMWatch quizzes the Nordic heads of major firms from Canada, US and Germany to discover the reasons behind the trend.

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