Akademikerpension warned by Danish FSA: Consequences of exclusions must be considered

Whether or not exclusions block the pension fund from acting in the best interest of their clients is crucial, the warning reads.

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Akademikerpension, formerly known as MP Pension, manages the savings of highly educated workers with a master's degree or Ph.D, and has recently received a dressing down from the Danish FSA for not keeping its house in order.

This is detailed in the inspection report that the pension fund has publicized on its website.

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