The sacking of the renewable energy flagship Dong Energy’s chief executive Anders Eldrup has discomforted the enterprise’s current and potential pension fund co-investors.
Pension funds could be losing out on performance by not considering small-cap investments, which are often unfavoured due to the lack of liquidity
At a time when many other Nordic investors are turning their attention back to the domestic real estate market, Danica Pension is going against the grain.
The trend of Nordic institutional investors making large direct real estate deals in their home market is set to continue.
AP Pension’s real estate team is preparing for a boost in assets after the FSP merger
As preparations for Solvency II proceed they are uncovering differing levels of preparedness and areas of concern
The PKA Group recently created a separate entity to focus exclusively on alternatives. Anne-Louise Fogtmann speaks to the company‘s managing partner
AP Pension and FSP Pension agree rising competition was a factor in their decision to merge but differ over the role played by Solvency II
PKA’s deal with Dutch investment manager PGGM will boost both companies’ risk management and investment capabilities, according to PKA’s chief investment officer Michael Nellemann Pedersen.
Inspired by advances in portfolio theory, PKA plans a cutting-edge move of allocating to return sources