CEO could not find better investment quarter in ATP's archives

It has been a very fine investment quarter for ATP, but interim CEO Bo Foged warns that the risk of a future downturn is still larger than the converse.

Bo Foged, interim CEO, ATP | Photo: ATP/PR

ATP closed the first quarter with an investment result of DKK 20 billion, corresponding to 21.7 percent of the pension fund's free capital – the bonus potential.

In a press statement on its quarterly report, the pension giant describes the returns as "historically high", although it does not elaborate in detail.

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