June 25, 2017 9:29 PM ET


Company Overview of Danica Pension A/S

Company Overview

Danica Pension A/S provides pension schemes, life insurance, and health insurance to customers in Denmark. It offers international, Nordic, and pooling solutions; and loss of earning capacity, critical illness, private treatment insurance products; and advisory services. The company markets and sells its products through insurance agents in Denmark. Danica Pension A/S was formerly known as Danica and changed its name to Danica Pension A/S in 1991. The company was founded in 1842 and is based in Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark. It has regional offices in Denmark; and subsidiaries in Norway and Sweden. Danica Pension A/S operates as a subsidiary of Danske Bank A/S.

Parallelvej 17

Kgs. Lyngby,  2800


Founded in 1842


45 70 11 25 25


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Key Executives for Danica Pension A/S

Chief Executive Officer and Member of Executive Board
Senior Executive Vice President and Member of Executive Board
Age: 58
Executive Vice President
Age: 62
Head of Press Relation
Age: 43
Executive Vice President
Age: 49
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Danica Pension A/S Key Developments

Danish Pension Companies May Invest In Postnord

A number of Danish pension companies including Nordea Liv & Pensions, Nordea Life Holding A/S, Danica Pension A/S and Sampension could consider buying stakes in PostNord AB in the event that politicians decide to allow private investors to injects funds into the company.

Danica Pension Reports Earnings Results for the Year 2016

Danica Pension reported earnings results for the year 2016. For the year, the company reported premiums including investment contracts of DKK 33.465 million against DKK 29,254 million a year ago. Profit before tax was DKK 1,961 million against DKK 1,874 million a year ago. Profit for the year was DKK 1,585 million against DKK 1,394 million a year ago. Return on equity after tax was 8.4% compared to 7.0% a year ago. Cash used in operating activities was DKK 6,197 million against DKK 6,735 million a year ago.

Danica Group Reports Earnings Results for the Full Year of 2016

Danica Group reported earnings results for the full year of 2016. For the year, the company reported premiums of DKK 33.8 billion compared to DKK 29.6 billion a year ago. Profit before tax was DKK 2.2 billion compared to DKK 2.0 billion a year ago.

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