Velliv to shift portfolio around investment factors

The Danish mutual pension provider has started reshuffling its investment portfolio and is turning to Blackrock's Aladdin risk system to help capture investment factors.

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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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