Disappointing final quarter for ATP partly caused by rising interest rates

Due to rising interest rates, the final quarter of 2019 was lukewarm for ATP, explains CEO Bo Foged.

Bo Foged, CEO of ATP

ATP ended 2019 with a record return of  EUR 4.5 billion (DKK 34 billion) in terms of its investments from its bonus potential portfolio.

Government and mortgage bonds have contributed to this with a EUR 1.7 billion (DKK 12.7 billion) return. This is due to interest rates falling during the year, sending bond valuations rocketing.

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