ATP increases its capital reserve to offset longevity


A review of life expectancy has led Denmark's largest pension fund, ATP, to increase its reserves by Dkr4 billion (EUR536 million) to account for increasing longevity, as the country's mortality figures continue on their downward trend.

This latest increase brings ATP's total reserves to Dkr56.6 billion, and is a direct result of Denmark's mark-to-market solvency requirements, introduced in 2001, which require liabilities to be updated on an annual basis and reflects a three month increase in

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