A pension fund is any plan, fund, or scheme which provides retirement income.
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... Republic of Ireland contributions into pension savings are generally net of income tax (i.e ... retirement income up until the age of 75 can be drawn from the pension fund by using Pension Income Withdrawal commonly known as Income Drawdown ... This is an unsecured pension as opposed to an annuity which is a secured backed pension ...
... Country Fund Assets US$ (in billions) Inception Origin Approx wealth per citizen/participant Norway Government Pension Fund of Norway $573 1990 Oil ...
... Stichting Pensioenfonds ABP ("National Civil Pension Fund"), frequently referred to as ABP, is the pension fund for government and education employees in the Netherlands ... billion, 1 EUR=1.29 USD), making it the largest pension fund in the Netherlands and among the three largest pension funds in the world ... Algemeen Burgerlijk Pensioenfonds ("Dutch Civil Servants Pension Fund"), was established in 1922 following the adoption of the superannuation act, which regulated the pensions of civil ...
... Owning Between 1.0% and 2.0% 10.2 4 Tanzanian Parastatal Pension Fund 10.0 5 Tanzania Public Service Pension Fund 3.3 6 Blakeney General Partners III 2.3 7 Tanzania Local ...
... Pensioenfonds Zorg en Welzijn (known as PFZW, formerly PGGM, translation "Pension Fund for Care and Well-Being") is the second largest pension fund in the Netherlands ... was founded in June 1969 through the combination of several smaller Dutch pension funds in the healthcare industry ... In 1970, PGGM assumed responsibility for the pensions of employees throughout the healthcare and social work sectors in the Netherlands ...
More definitions of "pension fund":
- (noun): A fund reserved to pay workers' pensions when they retire from service.
Synonyms: superannuation fund
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