Danish FSA's investigation of alternative investments will reveal fluctuations

The corona crisis has given pension companies a good reason to adjust the value of their alternative investments. For the Danish FSA, the corona crisis has given them a good reason to get an overview of the practice.

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The corona crisis has given pension funds a good reason to examine the valuations of their alternative investments, and the Danish FSA (Finanstilsynet, ed.-) will use this as an opportunity to get a general overview, writes Børsen Pro.

Earlier in the week, the Danish FSA announced that valuations would be put under the microscope to ensure that the companies have processes and methods in place that lead to accurate, regular valuations.

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