Danica Link

If you want to invest your pension savings yourself.

Danica Link is for you who want to choose how your pension savings are invested. This means that you choose the investment funds that best match your expectations of return and risk. We collaborate with leading unit trusts in Denmark and globally.

With Danica Link, you trade via Netpension or Danske eBanking yourself, and you can change the composition of your investment custody account at any time.

Investment funds

You manage your investments yourself via a large number of investment funds that have been assessed and approved by us.

See your investment options here (In Danish only)

See the investment options of former SEB Pension customers here (In Danish only)

If you have already decided to set up Danica Link, call us on
+45 70 11 25 25

Facts about Danica Link

  • You are in charge

    With Danica Link, you manage your investments and thus choose the amount of risk you want to accept in relation to your pension savings. Higher risk has historically resulted in a potentially higher return. However, it also results in an increased risk of fluctuation in pension savings. We always recommend that you choose your risk profile before you start to invest.

  • Investment funds and returns

    You can invest in a large number of approved investment funds – both actively and passively managed funds. See all the funds and their return here (In Danish only).

  • How to invest

    With Danica Link, you buy and sell unit trust units directly via Netpension or Danske eBanking. You also have the option of real-time trading in some of the funds. See prices and conditions for Danica Link above.

    As a Danica Link customer, you have access to telephone investment advice with Danske Bank if you have given your consent. You can call Investering Direkte on +45 70 20 22 96 weekdays between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.

  • Choose how you want your pension savings to be paid out 

    When you set up a pension scheme, you also choose how you want your pension savings to be paid out when you retire. This can either be as a lump sum payout or as regular benefits. Your pension scheme will typically be set up as an annuity pension scheme, a life annuity or a retirement savings scheme.

A lot can happen in a year. Does your pension scheme fit your current life situation?