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NPF Otkrytie received more than 19 billion rubles in profit

NPF Otkrytie received more than 19 billion rubles in profit

Based on the results of nine months of this year, the aggregate profit of Otkritie NPF exceeded 19 billion rubles. As of September 30, its total assets reached 618 billion rubles.

According to the press service of Otkritie Bank, the Fund's pension payments amounted to 7,2 billion rubles, of which 2,7 billion - for compulsory pension insurance and 4,5 billion - for non-state pension provision. The total number of NPF clients is 7,5 million people, the number of pensioners is 179,5 thousand. The volume of pension savings exceeds 541 billion rubles, the volume of pension reserves is 68 billion rubles.

As noted by Mikhail Motorin, General Director of Otkritie NPF, the Fund continues to maintain its position as one of the leaders in the pension market.

“Despite the challenges faced by the financial market in recent months, the Fund's performance indicators demonstrate stable and systematic growth. The profitability of pension savings is at the level of 4,9% per annum, ”he said.

Otkritie Bank President and Chairman of the Board Mikhail Zadornov says that Otkritie NPF has been showing good results for clients throughout the year.

“The Fund demonstrates the effectiveness of the chosen strategy for managing investment portfolios. Against the backdrop of the pandemic, it is especially important that the Fund provides its clients with a full range of online services, ”he added.

The Fund regularly undergoes stress testing by the Bank of Russia, which makes it possible to assess the shortage of assets to meet its obligations in the event of various market scenarios. During this year, NPF Otkritie undergoes stress tests with an indicator of 100%.

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