Billion-kroner build hit by bribery case: PFA turns in advisor

Pension fund PFA has reported two firms behind its EUR 350 million prestige project Redmolen to the police, reports DR.

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Denmark's largest pension company, PFA, has reported construction firms V2C and WR Entreprise to the police, DR writes.

This happened after PFA discovered that its own advisor, V2C, had attempted to get subcontractors to enter into illegal agreements, which would have given V2C extra pay.

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