Company competencies and services
Area of business
Banking, finances and leasing services.
Danica Pension specializes in pensions, life insurance and health insurance.
Description of products and services
With more than 600,000 customers, Danica Pension is one of Denmark’s largest pension companies. We specialize in pensions, life insurance and health insurance, and our total pension assets are DKK 380 billion. DKK 33.8 billion in annual contributions.
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Danica Pension is a subsidiary of the Danske Bank Group.
We take our corporate social responsibility in the investment area seriously. For example, we don’t invest our customers’ pension savings in companies that deliberately breach international standards on human rights, environmental protection, employee rights or anti-corruption. We also take part in the Danske Bank Group’s sustainability efforts.
On Danica’s website, our customers can take a Pension Check. The pension check ensures that our customers pension schemes are regularly adjusted to ensure reasonable coverage at all times. The pension check is easy to use and gives customers security and an overview of their pension.We are proactive and want to stay one step ahead of our customers. That means that we contact our customers with clear recommendations for their pension scheme when major changes happen in their life.
Experience with assisting foreign establishments in Denmark
If your company has companies in the Nordic region, is a subsidiary or you have companies elsewhere in the world, we can find a solution that suits your needs.
Danica Pension helps with pension solutions worldwide. A local insurance company ensures that your subsidiary’s pension plan is established in compliance with local laws and regulations – and of course, the solution is adapted to the local social security system.
Company presence in Denmark
Danica Pension’s regional offices are located in larger Danish cities around the country.
In which countries is your company represented
Danica Pension has subsidiaries in Norway and Sweden, where we are experiencing strong growth.
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