08.08.2019 - Studies
In the first half of 2019, the pension burdens of DAX companies are likely to have climbed to a new record high of over EUR 400 bn. Eroding actuarial interest rates have caused pension agreements to swell massively.
Furthermore, companies are once again barely benefiting from the positive trend on stock markets.
Looking ahead, the fixed low interest rate environment does not bode well for pension managers. The challenges are growing.
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