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Some Dutch pensioners will be getting an income bump this year after a number of company pension funds indicated they will be granting inflation-linked benefit increases, reports IPE.
“Members in the pension fund for postal workers, PostNL, the KLM pilots’ scheme, and the company fund of Dutch telecoms giant KPN will receive increases. The company pension funds’ announcements come as some Dutch sector schemes have returned to indexation given improved funding,” reports IPE.
“The company pension scheme for KLM pilots has granted its members full indexation of 1.4%. The increase was derived from the index of collective wages in the private sector,” it continues.
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