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Giant foundation shuns tenders: "Asset management a question of trust"

Some of the Nordic region's biggest fortunes are placed in foundations -- and require investment. One of the very largest of those reveals it has opted not to use formal tenders when selecting money managers, nor to benchmark management fees. "Asset management is a question of trust," says the Chairman of Denmark's giant Carlsberg Foundation.

Fleming Besenbacher, Chairman of the EUR 4.1 billion Danish charitable Carlsberg Foundation. Photo: Carsten Bundgaard/Polfoto

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