DENMARK - New proposals by ATP, Denmark's first pillar scheme, to cover an estimated one million employees or the 20% not covered under labour market pension schemes in the second pillar, have sparked a row in Denmark.
ATP’s CEO Lars Rohde said that employees not covered under any labour market scheme should have a mandatory saving of at least 5% of average salary. Employees should also be able to decide which scheme...
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