Alecta claims more than EUR 134m from Novo Nordisk, which has been charged with financial market manipulation

The Swedish pension fund claims more than EUR 134m in compensation from Novo Nordisk, making it responsible for the single largest claim in the Danish legal case against the company charged with financial market manipulation.

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One Swedish pension fund stands out in the sizeable crowd of investors claiming compensation from Novo Nordisk in a Danish legal case of financial market manipulation.

Pension fund Alecta has filed a claim for compensation totaling more than EUR 134m, which is by far the largest single claim for compensation in this case, according to MedWatch's sources.

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