RU
Sep 27, 2017
The leading fund of FUTURE Financial Group is ranked in the Top 500 Largest Russian Companies according to RBC

Moscow, September 26, 2017. NPF FUTURE, the flagship fund of FUTURE Financial Group, holds the third place by asset value among eight non-state pension funds (NPF) that entered the ranking. The fund holds the 213th place in the general ranking, the 206th place by profit, and the 84th place by asset value.

The parent companies of operating holdings that prepare consolidated reports participated in the study.

The RBC ranking is published annually; 2016 was the first year when non-state pension funds were included. The key ranking criteria are the total amount of pension contributions and profit margins in 2016.

Marina Rudneva, the CEO of FUTURE Financial Group: "It makes perfect sense that our flagship fund has entered the list of the largest Russian companies. NPF FUTURE is a major player on the pension market, and the NPF segment plays a key role in the economic development of the country. The influence of non-state pension savings of citizens is constantly increasing around the globe. We hope that this issue will also be further developed in Russia and the role of NPFs will strengthen."

The ranking of the Top 500 Largest Russian Companies has been published in RBC magazine (No. 10, October 2017). 

 

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About the company:

FUTURE Financial Group is one of the largest financial entities managing pension assets in Russia. It manages three leading non-state pension funds performing compulsory pension insurance and non-state pension insurance, including: the largest fund NPF FUTURE (established as a result of consolidation of NPF BLAGOSOSTOYANIE OPS and NPF StalFond, which is the 3rd largest by the number of clients and the 3rd largest by the amount of pension savings as stated by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation as of June 30, 2017), NPF Telecom-Soyuz (included in Top-10 of private pension funds: the 7th largest by the number of pension reserves and the 4th largest by NPI program participants), and NPF Obrazovaniye. As of June 30, 2017, the total amount of assets managed by the Group reached RUB 334.1 bln, including more than RUB 297 bln of pension savings and RUB 24.8 bln of pension reserves. The number of CPI and NPI clients exceeds 5.1 mln people. All of the Group's funds are included in the System for Guaranteeing the Rights of Insured Parties.