Collective funding ratio

Our collective funding ratio is shown here.

The insurance companies report their funding ratio to the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority. Within the insurance industry a funding ratio of 100 percent indicates normal funding.

What is collective funding?

Collective funding is a buffer for Alecta’s insurance commitments to protect against fluctuations in investment return and insurance risks. It is the difference between Alecta’s assets and the company’s insurance commitments to policyholders and insured individuals.

Collective solvency policy 

The collective solvency is normally allowed to vary between 125 and 155 percent, with the target 140 percent. If the level of collective solvency is less than 125 percent or exceeds 155 percent, measures are to be taken in order to create conditions for restoring the level of collective solvency to the normal interval.

2016 Quarter Ratio
March 144.0 percent
June 140.0 percent
September 142.0 percent
December
2015 Quarter Ratio
March 148.0 percent
June 154.0 percent
September 148.0 percent
December 153.0 percent
2014 Quarter Ratio
March 147.0 percent
June 147.0 percent
September 146.0 percent
December 143.0 percent
2013 Quarter Ratio
March 135.0 percent
June 145.0 percent
September 153.0 percent
December 148.0 percent
2012 Quarter Ratio
March 124.0 percent
June 125.0 percent
September 123.0 percent
December 129.0 percent
2011 Quarter Ratio
March 144.0 percent
June 137.0 percent
September 113.0 percent
December 113.0 percent


2010 Quarter Ratio
March 143.0 percent
June 134.0 percent
September 134.0 percent
December 146.0 percent

 

2009 Quarter Ratio
March 122.0 percent
June 135.0 percent
September 136.0 percent
December 141.0 percent

 

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