MP Pension satisfied with 2019 return - only FX pulling it down

Positive return and excess returns within individual asset classes bring MP Pensions investment return in 2019 up to 15 percent. Only FX hedging - after a year with a strengthened dollar - is pulling the return down.

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

The chief investment officer at MP Pension can look back at a strong 2019 with satisfaction, after the company achieved an overall return of 15 percent on its investment portfolio.

"It was a good year, in the way that the asset prices developed, but it was also a very good year in terms of excess returns for us in terms of individual asset classes," says Anders Schelde, chief investment officer at MP Pension, to FinansWatch.

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