Below you can read exactly what a pension fund does. And what you can find in the register. Finally, we will explain how you can search the register.
A pension fund administers the pension scheme agreed by employers and employees in a pension agreement. A pension fund manages and invests members' pension contributions, pays out pension benefits and takes care of the administration involved. Read more about pension funds.
Company pension funds, industry-wide pension funds and occupational pension funds must register with DNB when they start up. General pension funds must apply for a licence with DNB upon establishment. The register lists all company pension funds, industry-wide pension funds, occupational pension funds and general pension funds. The register only lists active pension funds. You can find premium pension institutions (PPIs) in a separate register.
Before entering a name, you may wish to select a financial service from the “Financial service” dropdown list. Then enter a name or part thereof in the “Statutory name / trade name” search field and click on Search. If you are unsure about the correct spelling of a firm’s name, use an asterisk (*) for part of the name. If you leave the search field empty, your search will produce the full list. If you then click on a search result, you will see the details for that firm.
We update the register every business day at 06:00.