Sampension and DLBR enter into a company pension agreement

22 December 2023

DLBR has chosen Sampension as pension provider for up to approx. 3,000 employees and thus becomes Sampension’s largest corporate customer to date.

Sampension will henceforth be a supplier of pension schemes for up to approx. 3,000 employees employed in the DLBR consultancy companies. This is clear after the parties have entered into an agreement on company pensions for the members of DLBR.

DLBR is an advisory collaboration consisting of a number of advisory companies spread across the country, which are owned by Danish farmers. The DLBR companies provide full-service consultancy within a wide range of specialist areas to the agricultural sector as well as small and medium-sized companies in other industries.

“We are very concerned about securing the best possible conditions for the employees, and of course this also applies to their pension scheme. In our choice of pension provider, we have emphasized quality in the insurances, return, price, costs and service. At the same time, we have also focused on getting an optimal health solution, including a close interaction between health insurance and pension. Overall, Sampension has the offer that best matches our wishes and from which, in our opinion, the employees will benefit the most,” says Uffe Bertelsen, chairman of the DLBR collaboration.

“It is with great pleasure that we can welcome DLBR as our largest company pension customer ever. We see the fact that DLBR, after a long-lasting and thorough tendering round, has decided to choose us as a new pension supplier, as a declaration of confidence, and we must of course live up to it by ensuring the employees the best possible pension schemes,” says Hasse Jørgensen, managing director. director of Sampension, and continues:

“In recent years, we have strengthened our position on the company pension market and have a steady influx of new company customers. That development is very satisfactory and reflects that many companies find our value proposition with good long-term returns, a high level of service and low fixed costs attractive and competitive, of which the agreement with DLBR is a good example,” says Hasse Jørgensen.

The employees in the DLBR companies receive a pension scheme in Sampension per 1 January 2024.

Source: Sampension
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