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US firm Apollo hired to run credit alternatives for LD

American asset manager Apollo is set to manage a DKK 1.1 billion investment in alternative credit for Danish pension fund Lønmodtagernes Dyrtidsfond (LD).

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Stronger SRI tilt helps Danish managers win in Germany, says Jyske Capital

Danish asset managers have an edge in Germany because of their stronger ESG/SRI bias, according to Thomas Justen, head of wholesale business in DACH countries for Jyske Capital. "Even a small country like Denmark can offer attractive niche solutions to international clients," he says, and explains how the investment culture differs in Germany.

OPF buys into Norway tech fund to get closer to growth firms

Norway’s Oslo Pensjonsforsikring (OPF) is putting up to NOK 200 million into a new fund investing in the country’s emerging technology companies. CIO Kjetil Houg says the public sector pension fund is not only buying into the new fund for a good return, but also to gain knowledge about this market segment.

Career Path: "Politics was part of our dinner-table talk at home"

Peter Damgaard Jensen, chief executive of Danish pension fund provider PKA, has always had a head for the bigger picture, and opted for the twin disciplines of politics and economics at university. Perhaps the constant discussions between his politically-aware parents and their visitors in his childhood home helped form his mindset.

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