NOK6bn saved via IPS regime - VFF says

Jonathan Boyd
NOK6bn saved via IPS regime - VFF says

Norwegians put more than NOK2bn into individual pensions savings accounts, called IPS locally, through 2019, taking total assets attributed to the savings regime to more than NOK6bn (€577m). IPS is based on contracts signed by individual long term savers and account providers. Since the regime began in November 2017, some 127,000 contracts have been agreed, according to data from Finance Norway (Finans Norge), the industry organisation to which members of the Norwegian Fund and Asset Man...

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Jonathan Boyd

Editorial Director of Open Door Media Publishing Ltd, and Editor of InvestmentEurope.