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This table covers investments of institutional investors from 1950 onwards. It enables analyzing shifts over time in the investment portfolio of institutional investors. This is possible for the total of institutional investors, and for each of the three groups: pension funds, insurance corporations and investment funds.
Data available from 1950 to 2012.
Status of the figures:
The figures in this table are up to 2010 definitive, figures for 2011 are revised provisional figures and figures for 2012 are provisional. Because this table is discontinued, figures will not be updated anymore.
Changes as of 18 December 2014:
None, this table is discontinued.
When will new figures be published?
Not applicable anymore.
This table is replaced by table Institutional investors; short-term and long-term investments. See paragraph 3.
- Total investments
- Long-term investments
- Total long-term investments
- Risk-bearing investments
- Total risk-bearing investments
- Direct property
- Total direct property
- Domestic investments in direct property are subdivided into:
- residential buildings;
- offices and shops;
- rural estates: land, grounds, farms, nature reserves, building lands;
- other domestic direct property: parking lots, factory buildings, holiday parks.
- Shares and other equity
- Interest-bearing investments
- Total interest-bearing investments
- Mortgage loans
- Loans secured by property. Mortgage loans are subdivided according to the security. This is similar to the subdivision of direct property, but residential buildings, offices and shops are combined in one item.
- Securities other than shares with a maturity of at least 1 year. Bonds with a fixed interest rate are more common, but floating rate notes and zero-coupon bonds do occur.
- Long-term loans
- Loans with a maturity of at least 1 year excluding mortgage loans.
- Short-term investments
- Total short-term investments