Danica moves closer to troubled investments

Danske Bank's pension arm has placed their own people in three companies in which the pension fund has made direct investments.

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Due to a negative development in three of the companies that Danica has made direct investments in, the pension fund has chosen to include their own people in the relevant boards, reports media Insidebusiness.

The companies in question are water technology company Aquaporin, biotech firm Glycom and dental franchise Tandlæ

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