AP7: "We still have a leveraged portfolio"

As AP7 keeps up leverage despite turbulence, CEO Richard Gröttheim points out the right defensive portfolio has been in place for the last three to four years. Still, at some point during this economic downturn, the fund is going to increase risk.

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Swedish public pension fund AP7 has performed relatively well during the latest stock market turbulence, despite the fund taking on higher risk than other global funds.

Swedish online magazine Placera asked CEO Richard Gröttheim how the pension fund has handled risk during the stock market crash.

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