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Pension fund assets top Sk41 billion

The net value of policyholder assets in licensed pension fund management companies in Slovakia exceeded Sk41.03 billion as of Friday, July 27.

The net value of assets went up by Sk396.4 million from the previous week.

Six pension fund management companies administered more than Sk26.95 billion in growth funds, more than Sk12.4 billion in balanced funds, and more than Sk1.67 billion in conservative funds, according to the Association of Pension Fund Management Companies.

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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