ATP scoops up handful of international prizes

Danish state occupational pension fund ATP was recognized several times for its work within factor investing, alternatives and more at the global IPE awards.

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At the pension industry equivalent of the Oscars, ATP took home prizes in several categories.

The Danish occupational pension fund received no less than seven prizes at the IPE awards, across several of IPE's award tiers. In the gold tier, ATP received the award for pension fund leader/team of the year, while it scooped up the award for best state pension fund in the silver tier. It also received two of the three bronze awards for its management of alternatives and equities.

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