Ex-executives: Give Danish pension savers free choice of asset manager

Three commentators have written columns for business media Finans suggesting that Denmark should be inspired by Sweden, where free choice of asset manager ha been implemented in pension saving.

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In a new, long-awaited report about competition on the Danish pension market, the Danish Competition Authority has not suggested the most effective way of increasing competition - namely, giving pension savers free choice in terms of who should manage their pensions.

This opinion was expressed in not one, but three columns in business media Finans, written by Jesper Winkelmann, a former executive at Danica and Baltica, former head at Danske Bank Jørgen Klejstrup and Niels Lehde Pedersen, who has a Ph.D in economics.

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