Gudme Raaschou and SEB to manage the Danish Police Union's strike fund

Following a tender round, the Danish Police Union has chosen Gudme Raaschou Asset Management and SEB to manage its strike fund for non-civil service employees in the Danish police. Returns, ethics and price were deciding factors in the tender round.

The Danish police at the Danish-German border when it re-opened on June 12. | Photo: Claus Fisker/Ritzau Scanpix

Gudme Raaschou Asset Management and Swedish SEB have been chosen to manage the Danish Police Union's strike fund, reveals the union's latest newsletter.

The two asset managers have been found following a thorough tender round, in which the union was assisted by Per Gramstrup from Asset Advisor Fondsmæglerselskab. However, the Danish Police Union co-owns Lån & Spar, which owns Gudme Raaschou Asset Management.

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