MP Pension CIO upbeat for 2018 after outpacing in 2017

Last year was far better for investments than expected, and 2018 could be too, according to MP Pension's newly-appointed CIO, Anders Schelde, who expects only minor adjustments to the investment strategy this year.

Anders Schelde, CIO of MP Pension | Photo: PR.

It has been two and a half months since Anders Schelde took over responsibility for investing pension savings for the more than 120,000 MP Pension customers and their savings of DKK 114 billion (EUR 15.3 billion).

But this doesn't stop the new Chief Investment Officer from being pleased with the 9 percent pre-tax return the pension fund generated in 2017.

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