Austria: Pensions and Investment News and Analysis

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Pensions in Germany and Austria 2022

Country Report – Pensions in Germany & Austria (April 2022)

It took just over 100 days in office before Germany’s new coalition government announced a €500bn budget to first pillar pension financing, setting in motion an agreed reform process that would create a partially funded state pension system.

Key fund data for Italy

Austria key pension data

Sources: Pension assets - IPE research; Occupational pension assets as % of GDP - OECD June 2022; Working population, data as of end 2021 - World Bank; Projected old-age dependency ratio 2050 per 100 people - Eurostat 2021; gross average replacement rate - OECD Pensions at a Glance, 2021; Asset Allocation - OECD Pension Funds in Fugures, June 2022

TOP AUSTRIA PENSION FUNDS 2023

Pension fund/entity | Assets (€’000)

Pensionkassen

  1. VBV | 8,072,000
  2. Valida | 6,225,000
  3. APK | 5,339,008

Vorsorgekassen

  1. VBV | 5,495,200
  2. Valida | 4,016,000
  3. Allianz | 2,102,957

©IPE Research;  See IPE’s Top 1000 Pension Funds for the full ranking

IPE European Pension Fund Awards

IPE BEST PENSION FUND IN AUSTRIA AWARD WINNERS

  • 2023 - Bundespensionkasse | VBV-Group
  • 2022 - APK Pensionskasse
  • 2021 - VBV Group
  • 2020 - APK Pensionskasse
  • 2019 - APK Pensionskasse | APK Vorsorgekasse

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