Danske Bank's wealthiest private customers will now have access to the same alternative investment universe as the institutional investors have used for years, Danish financial daily Børsen reports.
For the last 15 years, this set of clients has had access to 15 different funds. Now, negative interest rates and high listed equity and bond prices have meant private customers have generally moved their money into private equity funds, infrastructure and real estate.
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