Danske Invest, Jyske Invest lag on returns in first virus year

Funds from Danske Invest and Jyske Invest were outperformed by many rivals in Denmark in the turbulent investment year after the coronavirus pandemic gripped the world.

Head of Danske Invest Chief Robert Mikkelstrup | Photo: PR/Danske Bank

Danske Invest and Jyske Invest, which together manage a quarter of the total AUM placed in Danish investment funds, were outperformed by many competitors last year, shows a reading of two businesses' presentations of the past year, ending on Jan. 31, 2021, compiled by Henrik Frydenborg Hansen, who leads investment guide, and based on statistics from interest group Finans Danmark.

After having stood in the shadow of the cheaper, passively managed index funds, actively managed funds have had the chance to prove their merit this last year, as the pandemic turned equity markets on their heads.

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