ATP's managed assets maintained growth in Q3

A positive result from investments and a negative hedging portfolio outcome are the main takeaways from ATP's Q3 report, which reports that total managed assets have increased, and the bonus rate has also swelled further.

Bo Foged er adm. direktør i ATP. | Photo: PR/ATP

As a whole, Danish labor market pension fund ATP's assets under management have grown during the third quarter of this year, with total AUM coming to DKK 927.6bn (EUR 124.66bn) against DKK 925bn (EUR 124.35bn) at the end of Q2.

Under the surface, the investment portfolio was the driving force behind the growth in yielding a result of DKK 4.9bn (EUR 658.6m). ATP does not disclose return figures on a quarterly basis, but for the first nine months of the year, pre-tax returns from the investment portfolio – relative to bonus potential – total to 22.5 percent.

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