ATP's CIO satisfied with dynamic trading outcome through both ups and downs

ATP's new CIO, Mikkel Svenstrup, is satisfied with the outcome of 2020. In the new year, Denmark's state-owned labor market pension fund will keep tightening its ESG focus. Increased investments in green bonds and local companies are also on the agenda for 2021.

Mikkel Svenstrup, chief investment officer at ATP. | Photo: PR/ATP

At Denmark's largest pension investor, CIO Mikkel Svenstrup took charge just eight days before Danish prime minister Mette Frederiksen shut down the country on March 11 due to the Covid-19 outbreak.

In April, Svenstrup told AMWatch reporter how the investment team had operated the total AUM of EUR 119bn, divided into a EUR 47bn investment portfolio and a more extensive hedging portfolio, from their kitchens, living rooms, and home offices.

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