Sampension plans to chase returns in Latin America

Danish pension firm Sampension eyes large returns in the Latin American market, especially in Brazil.

Philip Jagd, Head of Equities at Sampension. | Photo: Sampension/PR

The Covid-19 pandemic has turned the world's stock markets on their heads, transforming winners into losers and vice versa. Pension firm Sampension has taken the opportunity to hunt for returns in Latin American equity markets, especially in Brazil, writes Danish business daily Børsen.

"Even though Brazil is lagging behind right now, the rotation will also take effect there. Large returns could be available and are in line with risk profiles," says Philip Jagd, Sampension's Head of Equities, to the media.

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