Danish asset manager's clients are cashing out

Clients of a Danish asset manager are selling off their investment company shares in a large buyback operation. One investment company now owns 50 percent of its own equity.

Peter Kubicki, CEO at Investeringsrådgivning

Shareholders of investment companies managed by independent Danish AM Investeringsrådgivning A/S are increasing choosing to offload their holdings.

Each customer is a shareholder in one of the investment companies that were created for resale to affluent buyers, and stock exchange notices sent from Investeringsrådgivning's companies now show that customers are generally selling back.

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