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Danske plans wider retail access to advanced investment products

More complex investment products to the retail segment have been practically banned throughout Denmark's post-financial crisis years -- but now they're reappearing.

"We are confident in the mixed multi-asset products.," says Thomas Otbo, CIO at Danske Bank AM. | Photo: PR / Danske Bank

Danske Bank wants to provide its retail clients with access to more advanced investment products currently only available for large institutional investors and very high net-worth wealth management clientele. The objective is to offer smaller investors more robust products with integrated risk management, resulting in less significant drawdowns in periods of market distress.

The Danish Consumer Council, Tænk, takes a critical view.

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