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Grandhood eyes scalability with other established firms after Velliv deal

Danish Fintech firm Grandhood wants to team up with more established pension and insurance companies after it struck a deal last week with Danish pension fund Velliv.

Jon Lieberkind and Mathias Bredkjær, co-CEOs and founders of Grandhood. | Photo: PR/Grandhood

Last week, Danish financial technology firm Grandhood teamed up with compatriot pension company Velliv to launch a new joint pension product in the fourth quarter of this year, writes IPE.com.

This deal has turned Grandhood's offering into a more scalable solution, and the Danish fintech company is now looking into established pension-investment and insurance companies to link up with in other national markets.

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