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Press release 28.10.2021

We invest in a sustainable future – the Ilmarinen Climate Roadmap defines our path to net zero carbon pension assets

Climate change poses a risk also to future pensions in Finland. Ilmarinen manages the risks brought about by climate change by seeking to achieve carbon neutrality in the investment of pension assets by the end of 2035. The new Climate Roadmap describes the interim targets, actions and tools to reach the net zero carbon goal.

We invest in a sustainable future – the Ilmarinen Climate Roadmap defines our path to net zero carbon pension assets
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  1. Christmas, New Year and Epiphany opening hours
    See Ilmarinen's customer service's opening hours for Christmas, New Year's Eve and Epiphany.
    Christmas, New Year and Epiphany opening hours
  2. Ilmarinen will increase contacts with new entrepreneurs when processing YEL applications to set the right level of YEL income
    Ilmarinen’s goal is to improve the pension security of its self-employed customers. Self-employed persons deserve the same level of pension and social security as employees right from the start of their career as entrepreneurs. The best way for self-employed persons to ensure their continuous security is to maintain the right level of income under their YEL insurance. YEL insurance is a self-employed person’s most important insurance, because the YEL income is the basis for an entrepreneur’s pension and social security.
    Ilmarinen will increase contacts with new entrepreneurs when processing YEL applications to set the right level of YEL income
  3. Earnings-related pension insurance contributions for 2022 confirmed
    The Ministry for Social Affairs and Health has confirmed the earnings-related pension insurance contributions for 2022. The TyEL basic contribution will be 25.85 per cent of the payroll in 2022. For the majority of customers, this is an important percentage as Ilmarinen uses it to invoice customers each month based on the salaries they have reported.
    Earnings-related pension insurance contributions for 2022 confirmed
  4. Ilmarinen’s Interim Report 1 January to 30 September 2021: Return on investments was 10.5 per cent, solvency capital strengthened to EUR 15.4 billion
    The return on Ilmarinen’s investment portfolio rose to 10.5 (1.1) per cent, or EUR 5.6 billion, thanks to the strong performance of the equity markets. The market value of investments grew to EUR 58.4 (53.3) billion. The long-term average return on investments was 6.1 per cent. This corresponds to an annual real return of 4.6 per cent.
    Ilmarinen’s Interim Report 1 January to 30 September 2021: Return on investments was 10.5 per cent, solvency capital strengthened to EUR 15.4 billion
  5. What employers should know about 2022 earnings-related pension contributions?
    The average level of earnings-related pension contributions will rise 0.45 percentage points in 2022. The need for the increase was agreed on earlier when reductions were made to TyEL contributions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Client bonuses, in turn, will return to their previous level. The pension insurance companies’ application concerning actuarial principles has been sent to the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health for ratification, and the Ministry will confirm the percentages in November.
    What employers should know about 2022 earnings-related pension contributions?
  6. Ilmarinen’s Interim Report 1 January to 30 June 2021: Return on investments was 8.9 per cent, solvency capital grew to more than EUR 15 billion and customers’ payrolls started to rise
    The return on Ilmarinen’s investment portfolio was 8.9% (-2.0%) or EUR 4.7 billion thanks to the strong performance of the equity markets. The market value of investments grew to EUR 57.5 (53.3) billion. The long-term average return on investments was 6.1 per cent. This corresponds to an annual real return of 4.6 per cent.
    Ilmarinen’s Interim Report 1 January to 30 June 2021: Return on investments was 8.9 per cent, solvency capital grew to more than EUR 15 billion and customers’ payrolls started to rise
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