Fiercer competition sharpens Pensiondanmark's competencies in the hunt for securing stable returns, says CEO

In challenging financial markets Pensiondanmark's experience and competencies within real estate and infrastructure may be beneficial, says CEO Torben Möger Pedersen.

Torben Möger Pedersen, CEO of Pensiondanmark | Photo: PR

The interest rates are low, and the equity prices are bouncing, and therefore more investors seek alternative investments in the hunt for securing returns.

Pensiondanmark's 2018 financial statements show why several long-term investors have an appetite for alternative investments.

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