Pension fund swims against the tide and opts out of wild pursuit of alternative investments

Whereas several pension funds are prepared to allocate billions of kroner in alternative investments, PBU fails to see why they should invest more money in that.

Sune Scheckenfeldt, CEO of PBU. | Photo: Jan Bjarke Mindegaard

PBU, pension fund for early childhood teachers and youth educators, already invests the smallest share of their portfolio in alternatives such as real estate, wind turbines and bridges.

Assets that would otherwise give a stable, long-term return and which proved its worth in 2018 by picking up all pension funds' total return.

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