Your pension plan

Rambøll believes that it is important that its employees can afford to live life fully in retirement. Therefore, as part of your employment, you will get a pension plan that secures you financially in retirement and if you fall ill or get injured.

Payments to your pension plan

Your pension plan consists of an insurance package and a savings plan. You pay 9 % of your salary to your pension scheme. 

Does your pension plan suit your needs?

Get started in four steps:

InvesteringHow do you want to Invest your savings?

As a starting point, your employer has selected an investment profile for you. However, people are different and have different views on risk. Therefore, it is important that you select an investment profile that suits you.

Log on to use the investment guide

Is the right persons secured in the event of your death?

Who should receive your money when you are no longer here? If you have appointed a beneficiary on the former plan, and if you want to transfer this appointment to the new plan, then you need to complete a new beneficiary declaration.

Complete a beneficiary declaration

Does your Insurance cover fit your present life situation?

Children, salary increase, change of home, divorce. When your life changes, it may be a good idea to check whether your insurance cover provides the necessary cover.

Get our advice about how your insurance plans should be adjusted

Do you want to collect your pension plans?

PFA’s overall recommendation is that you collect your pension savings in one place. This gives you a good overview, and having one plan makes it easier to change and adjust your savings plan whenever needed. In some cases, it is not advantageous to transfer your savings. Please contact us so that we can give your advice.

Contact PFA's Advisory Centre at
(+45) 70 12 50 00

Get an overview at My PFA

Once you have received your pension summary, you have access to My PFA where you can follow your savings and returns etc. and plan for your future finances.

At My PFA, you have access to prioritised recommendations for adjustments of your pension plan on an ongoing basis. Recommendations are marked in red, yellow or green and prioritised based on how much your insurance cover or investment profile differs from PFA’s recommendations and how important the recommendation is in relation to your age and life situation. You can access My PFA using your smartphone, tablet or computer.

The first time you log on, you need to use your MitID.

Participate in a webinar or a free course

You may participate in a number of digital webinars where you can learn more about your pension plan, finances, investment, inheritance matters or pension planning etc. You can decide for yourself which and how many webinars you want to participate in. You can ask questions during the events, and you can subsequently make a request to receive all relevant materials. PFA customers can participate in webinars free of charge, you can sign up at

You may also participate in physical courses on the planning of your late-life career and life in retirement.


A personal meeting or a quick phone call? 

If you need advice on your pension plan, you can easily book a meeting with PFA by clicking the link below and then finding a time of a meeting that suits you.

Before you book a meeting, you must update your contact information at My PFA (

If you are newly employed, we recommend that you book a meeting when you have received your pension summary from PFA.

If you only have a few questions about your pension plan, you can get immediate answers by calling our advisory services centre at (+45) 70 12 50 00.