ATP reaps rewards of pandemic investments

Denmark's largest pension fund, ATP, is enjoying returns from participating in capital funding rounds at several domestic companies.

Claus Berner Møller, vice president for Danish equities at ATP | Photo: PR

During the financial turbulence of the first Covid-19 lockdown at the start of 2020, five Danish companies needed a capital boost, and ATP was only too happy to help, providing DKK 750m (EUR 100m), Danish financial daily Børsen reports.

Now, that contribution is paying off. Shares in the five companies – SP Group, NKT, Bang & Olufsen, Pandora and Bavarian Nordic – have increased in value by between 84 and 171 percent since March 2020.

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