Most of the pension money is concentrated in the accounts of depositors aged 31 to 40 (over 3.7 trillion tenge) and 41 to 50 (3.69 trillion tenge). They are followed by groups from 51 to 60 years old - 3.1 trillion tenge, from 21 to 30 years old - 1.1 trillion tenge and from 61 to 70 years old - 614 billion tenge. The least amount of money has been accumulated in the accounts of depositors under 20 years – over 12.8 billion tenge, from 71 to 80 years - 4.3 billion tenge and 81 years or more - 710.2 million tenge.
The largest share of pension funds in terms of regions is traditionally concentrated in accounts in Almaty (2.42 trillion tenge), Nur-Sultan (1.18 trillion tenge) and the Karaganda region (1.1 trillion tenge).
A significant amount was also accumulated by residents of the East Kazakhstan region - 904.3 billion tenge, Shymkent - 855.4 billion tenge, Atyrau - more than 724.8 billion tenge and Mangistau regions - over 691 billion tenge.
The depositors of the North Kazakhstan and Turkestan region managed to accumulate the least funds, 327.9 and almost 32 billion tenge respectively.
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