Exceptional investment year
Despite the corona pandemic, Finnish investment assets rose by 4.8 per cent to 223 billion euros. In the review period 1997-2020, the average return of the Finnish pension insurance investors has exceeded the baseline projections. Read more about the allocation of Finnish pension investments in the English Summary of Työeläkelehti (2:2021), published on 7 June ...
Pro Gradu Award to Jonathan Strömberg
Each year, the Finnish Centre for Pensions grants a Pro Gradu Award to a distinguished master’s thesis. This year the award goes to Jonathan Strömberg from the University of Oulu. His thesis examines the financial sustainability of the Finnish occupational pension system, comparing the Finnish, Dutch and Danish pension systems.
We have moved to Kalasatama and serve our customers over the phone and online
As of 4 January 2021, we have moved to new premises at Kalasatama Campus at Tukkutorinkuja 5, Helsinki.
Note! Our Customer Service is located in the premises of International House Helsinki (IHH) at Lintulahdenkuja 2. Due to the corona pandemic, the service point is closed until further notice. Please contact us over the internet or by phone.
How many Big Macs can you buy with your net minimum monthly pension in the Nordic countries?
The minimum net pension in Norway is the highest in all Nordic countries, but the purchasing power is the largest in Denmark. The Danish can buy a Big Mac each day of the year with one month's minimum pension. The Finns have to settle for a Big Mac every second day. The Swedes get the lowest number of Big Macs with their monthly minimum pension.
What is the Finnish Centre for Pensions striving for?
The Board of Directors has approved the new strategy of the Finnish Centre for Pensions as of 2022. The Finnish Centre for Pensions and its extensive interest groups share a common vision for the Finnish pension system. The vision crystalizes the importance of pensions for individuals’ income security and a pension system in financial equilibrium.