Sections

​Storebrand to bring actuarial functions in-house

Related Categories

Norwegian financial group Storebrand has announced it will not renew its contract with actuarial services provider Lillevold & Partners when it ends next year, and plans to create an actuarial services unit in-house instead, as it boosts its services for pension funds.

The group said its division Storebrand Pension Services and Lillevold & Partners had collaborated on the delivery of actuarial services to the pension fund market since 2017.

Storebrand Pension Services offers services to existing pension funds, and to municipalities and companies wishing to create their own pension funds.

The Norwegian group said it had decided that its customers will receive actuarial services directly from its own staff after its current deal with Lillevold & Partners ends on 30 June 2020.

“The pension fund market is changing with new requirements and expectations,” the company said, citing the implementation of IORP II and the industry’s increasing focus on digitisation and automation in services to customers.

“In line with Storebrand’s initiative in the pension fund market, we will now further strengthen the organisation to expand our service offering and increase our delivery power to both private and public pension funds,” it said.

“Lillevold & Partners will continue to provide existing actuarial services to its customers,” Storebrand stated.

Both parties were committed to maintaining their well-functioning co-operation, it added.

Further reading

Norway: Paving the way for competition
Municipal reform and a proposed new public-sector scheme are creating a fertile environment for competition

Storebrand, DNB set to re-enter Norway’s €50bn municipal market
The two players managed around a third of municipal pensions in Norway before quitting the market in 2012, leaving KLP largely unchallenged

Related images

  • Oslo, Norway

Have your say

You must sign in to make a comment

IPE QUEST

Your first step in manager selection...

IPE Quest is a manager search facility that connects institutional investors and asset managers.

  • QN-2563

    Asset class: Mid & Small Cap Equities.
    Asset region: Global.
    Size: USD $130m.
    Closing date: 2019-09-27.

  • QN-2564

    Asset class: Large Cap Growth Equities.
    Asset region: Global Developed Markets.
    Size: USD $130m.
    Closing date: 2019-10-04.

  • DS-2567

    Closing date: 2019-10-02.

  • QN-2569

    Asset class: Local Currency Bonds.
    Asset region: Global Emerging Markets.
    Size: $500m.
    Closing date: 2019-10-10.

Begin Your Search Here
<