Finance professor encourages Danish public pension fund ATP to make a clear statement

Make it clear to the public that you're working to solve the problem, is Copenhagen Business School Professor's advice for ATP in the aftermath of recent discussions on the fund's business model. ATP needs to make an urgent decision as negative interests affect majority of Danish payments.

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Copenhagen Business School Professor Jesper Rangvid would like to see recent discussions on Danish public pension fund ATP's business model to result in the fund's readiness and willingness to take action.

"I'd like to see them make a clear statement – to hear them say, yes we're working on that," he says.

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