Danica CIO unconcerned by negative rates

Danica's CIO, Poul Kobberup, can still find capital-bearing returns despite the negative rate environment.

Poul Kobberup, CIO at Danica. | Photo: Mik Eskestad/ERH

Negative interest rates have led pension companies to warn of lower investment returns in the future, but at Danica, Danske Bank's pension arm, CIO Poul Kobberup sees them as a possibility, writes Berlingske Business.

"I believe that without running a huge risk, we can still find a capital-bearing return, which will mean everything will add up. Whether the interest rate is zero or minus a half percent won't change the world," says Kobberup to Berlingske.

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