New ATP CEO plans to avoid weak links by maintaining division of the three powers

The global pension industry is on a pilgrimage to Hillerød, a small town north of Copenhagen, to learn about the organization of ATP's investment management. Any future Chief Investment Officer will have to adopt the concept of keeping corporate powers separated and this is quite special in a global perspective, says CEO Bo Foged.

ATP CEO Bo Foged | Photo: Stine Bidstrup/ERH

Looking at his company's pension and investment businesses, Bo Foged, who was appointed CEO in June, is particularly proud of one organizational detail.

He has reason to be. The global pension industry is on a pilgrimage to ATP's headquarters in Danish town Hillerød to learn about its model, which globally is quite unique.

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