Danish pensions are top of the class in transparency

Article author: Rasmus Højland
Position: Consultant
E-mail: reh@forsikringogpension.dk
Organization: Forsikring & Pension
About:

Rasmus Ebenhard Højland graduated with a MSc in Economics from University of Copenhagen in Januray 2010. After finishing his degree he worked for two years at PensionDanmark (a Danish pension fund). First in the head secretary and afterwards with communication and analysis. Since April 2012 he has worked at the Danish Insurance Association, department of Life and Pension.


Release date:
1, 2014
Language: English
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An external evaluation of openness and transparency initiatives in the Danish pension industry documents that the level of openness and transparency for the Danish consumers on the pension market is high.

 

As a part of a political agreement the Danish Insurance Association (DIA) and the Danish Ministry of Business and Growth agreed to have an evaluation of the DIA openness and transparency initiatives on pensions carried out.


The purpose of the evaluation was to asses whether the DIA transparency initiatives satisfy the consumers’ need for information. In particular, to asses if the information and transparency resulting from the initiatives do in fact ensure Danish consumers both openness, overview and comparability on pensions across the market.

 

Find the full article below (pdf).