Pension funds in Denmark have now invested more than DKK 500bn (EUR 67bn) in alternative investments. That is sensible, but there is a flipside, the Danish Central Bank (Nationalbanken) reports based on an analysis.
When it comes to returns, the Central Bank states that alternative investments are a fantastic element in portfolios, and as their price fluctuations do not necessarily experience the same development as stocks and bonds.
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