Danish pension funds to keep an eye on asset managers

The external asset managers of Danish pension funds are next in line to be scrutinized as ESG requirements intensifies.

Sampension Chief Investment Officer Henrik Olejasz | Photo: Erik Refner / Ritzau Scanpix//

While portfolios and investment strategies are subject to screening and investigation, the corporate structures and actions of asset managers have remained quietly in the background.

This is one of former Chief Strategist Frank Hvid Petersen’s key messages in a recent column published by AMWatch.

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