The Danish pension provider Velliv is embarking on an "investment journey" and changing its portfolio from the traditional fixed equity and bond allocation model to a more risk-based allocation.
That means it is reshuffling its investments to a factor-based approach, similar to the shift the country’s largest pension fund ATP pioneered years ago, writes IPE.
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