Crisis fires up pension funds' calculators: What are private assets worth in a corona-riddled world?

By the end of 2019, approximately EUR 107 billion of Danes' pension funds were invested in private assets. Right now, pension companies are busy figuring out what those investments are actually worth after the corona outbreak has put the world at a standstill.

The current crisis and an empty airspace may impact pension funds' unlisted investments. The question is how much. | Photo: Liselotte Sabroe/Ritzau Scanpix

What is the price of a quarter of an airport, a wind farm or an Australian plantation when a virus is causing worldwide fear, and almost all activity that cannot be carried out by a van or from a home workstation has been paused?

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