Keva (pension agency)

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Keva is the Finnish pension agency responsible for pensions of public sector workers in state, municipal and state church positions. Keva is responsible for the pensions of 1.3 million workers, and has €35.8 billion investments.[1] The corporation is defined separately in the Municipal Pensions Act 13.6.2003/549.[2] The name derives from Kuntien eläkevakuutus "Pension Insurance of the Municipalities".

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