20 December 2021
Today, Danica Pension announces the sale of its Norwegian activities to Norwegian financial group Storebrand
With the sale, Danica Pension is focusing its business further and is now in an even stronger position to develop the best pension solutions for its customers in Denmark.
“Our customers in Denmark will benefit from an even more focused pension provider, and our Norwegian customers will now get a new owner to further boost the development of the company. Combined with the fact that the deal is strategically the right choice for Danica Pension, we believe that this is a very good solution for all parties,” says Ole Krogh Petersen, CEO of Danica Pension.
In recent years, Danica Pension’s Norwegian business has seen significant growth and delivered strong financial results.
“We are proud of the growth and the results we have created in the Norwegian pension market and the strong foundation, our colleagues in Norway have laid. Danica Pension in Norway is reaching the end of a successful strategy period, and this led us to reconsider our presence in Norway and whether we are the right owners to bring the company forward in its development. We came to the conclusion that both our customers and Danica Pension will be better off with a new owner”, says Ole Krogh Petersen.
Danica Pension in Norway has about 29,000 agreements on personal pension schemes and slightly in excess of 60,000 personal insurance policies. The company has approximately 14,000 business customers, 100 employees and NOK 30.4 billion assets under management.
As part of the agreement, the new owner will offer attractive solutions and terms and conditions to Danske Bank’s customers, and a long-term partnership agreement between the buyer and Danske Bank will ensure the continuation of product development and product offerings to Danske Bank customers in Norway.Source: Danica Pension
August 17, 2022
December 5, 2022
The Exelerating platform helps you to gain relevant insights into € 6,000+ billion of European institutional assets. We do this by tracking and analysing thousands of public sources of data.Learn more