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Active and alternative investments key to PFA's future returns

Despite the advantage of lower costs, passive investments will not be enough to ensure attractive returns in the future, according to Denmark's largest commercial pension provider, PFA, which is to ramp up its alternative investments.

Anders Damgaard, CFO at PFA Pension. | Photo: PR

The first quarter of 2018 showed signs of more turbulence and lower returns than many had expected in 2017.

As AMWatch sister site FinansWatch reported last week, Denmark's PFA -- like its competitors -- made investment losses in the first quarter.

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