ATP investment managers have been adjusting billion-kroner risk levels from home

During the current period of market turbulence, ATP has been trading to adjust risk. Everything has gone smoothly, says new CIO Mikkel Svenstrup, who managed eight days at the office before Denmark was shut down.

Mikkel Svenstrup started as CIO at ATP at the beginning of March. | Photo: PR/P+

At ATP, Denmark's largest pension investor, the investment department has been forced to deal with the turbulent markets and drops on the stock exchange from their kitchens, living rooms and home offices.

But it has gone surprisingly well, says ATP's new chief investment officer, Mikkel Svenstrup.

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