Pensiondanmark still confident in 2021's investment potential

Even though 2020 was "the most unusual year regardless of segment", the Danish pension company's CEO, Torben Möger Pedersen, is satisfied with the result and looks upon 2021 with optimism.

Pensiondanmark has released its annal report for 2020 Thursday. | Photo: Michael Duelund

There will be substantial risks, especially regarding interest rate developments, within financial markets in 2021.

Nonetheless, Pensiondanmark Chief Executive Torben Möger Pedersen is optimistic about the year.

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