ATP CEO's March imagination couldn't foresee landing second-best result to date

When things were at their darkest, it was hard to foresee that ATP would present its second-best bottom-line result ever, CEO Bo Foged admits.

ATP CEO Bo Foged | Photo: PR/ATP

Despite deep depreciations in equity markets in March, Danish state labor market pension fund ATP still managed to get through 2020 with the skin on its nose, presenting a result made off investment and hedging at DKK 17.6bn (EUR 2.37bn).

ATP Chief Executive Bo Foged is also proud, both on behalf of depositors and employees, of what the pension fund has now delivered, he tells AMWatch's sister media, FinansWatch.

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