ATP's half year net profits from financial markets total EUR 3.2bn

The first six months of this year have yielded a healthy return to ATP members. Additionally, reduced longevity has resulted in a transfer of a significant amount to the fund's bonus potential.

ATP published its half-year results on Wednesday. | Photo: ATP/PR

Thanks to reliable returns in both the first and second quarter, Denmark's ATP comes out of this year's first half with a net profit of EUR 3.2bn from investments and hedging.

The investments of ATP's savings, the so-called bonus potential, has yielded a return of EUR 3.3bn after costs and taxes. In other words, the bonus potential has yielded a 26.9 percent return, which should not, however, be compared to the return percentage of other pension funds, as calculations are normally based on the funds' total assets.

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