Danish public pension fund generates record high return of 40 percent on investment portfolio

In the first three quarters this year, ATP has managed to generate a 40 percent return on investments, which is a new record high. The fund now manages assets totaling EUR 125bn.

ATP Chief Executive Officer Bo Foged | Photo: Stine Bidstrup/ERH

Denmark's largest fund, pension fund ATP, reports record-high returns in the first three quarters 2019.

ATP's recently published financial statement reveal a return on investment of 40 percent, equivalent to EUR 4.9bn of which majority, EUR 2.7bn, was generated in Q1.

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