Professor: "ATP is clearly challenged and has been cornered"

ATP faces several issues and needs to change its business model, claim a professor and a researcher from Copenhagen Business School.

Copenhagen Business School Professor Jesper Rangvid. | Photo: Stine Bidstrup / Jyllands-Posten

ATP needs to make changes to its business model in order to stay relevant in the future, say Professor Jesper Rangvid and Lecturer and Researcher Henrik Ramlau-Hansen from Copenhagen Business School, according to Finans.

Rangvid og Ramlau-Hansen have analyzed ATP's business and in their opinion, ATP faces several issues.

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