Danish pension fund's low risk level shows in returns

Pension fund P+ has a cautious investment strategy, and its 2019 return therefore struggled to measure up to its peers', explains CIO Mikkel Svenstrup, who is soon leaving P+ to join ATP.

P+ CIO Mikkel Svenstrup. | Photo: PR/P+

2019 was a good year for almost all asset classes. However - there is still a difference in returns at Danish pension companies.

P+, which was created after the merge of DIP and JØP, generated an 11.4 percent investment return. In a press release about the year's results, CIO Mikkel Svenstrup stated that they could have had more risk in the portfolio.

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