ATP continues to divest Danske Bank and invest in Nordea

During the first six months of 2021, ATP has sold nearly 800,000 shares in Danske Bank, and bought more shares in Nordea. The pension firm has also divested shares in other financial companies.

ATP building | Photo: PR/ATP

Danske Bank is a smaller part of ATP's equity portfolio than it was last year, an overview of the pension company's equity holdings at the end of June shows.

ATP ownes around 12.9 million Danske Bank shares at the end of June. That is around 780,000 less than they owned at the end of 2020.

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