MP Pension beats Danish competitors in billion kroner call for tenders for asset management

MP Pension beat six competitors to the prize of management of Danish assets worth DKK 1.7 billion (EUR 183 million) in a recent EU call for tenders. The pension company's focus on active ownership was one of the deciding factors, and more money may be in store.

Anders Schelde, chief investment officer at MP Pension. | Photo: PR/MP Pension

LD Fonde, which manages Lønmodtagernes Dyrtidsfond and Lønmodtagernes Feriemidler, has chosen to outsource the management of the pension fund's Danish equities to MP Pension.

This encompasses DKK 1.3 billion (EUR 174 million) from the LD Danske Aktier fund and DKK 400 million (EUR 53.5 million) of LD Fonde's strategic share in Danish equities. The asset management will be provided by MP Pension's investment department, MPIM.

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