The 2010 returns of Arkitekternes Pensionskasse, the Danish Architects’ Pension Fund, were almost halved due to the negative results from its real estate investments, following a revaluation of the portfolio.
The DKr111bn (€14.9bn) Sampension is to resume its indirect property investments, making its first property fund investment since the financial crisis.
With real estate funds taking a severe hit following the financial crisis, Nordic investors are in the process of reassessing their strategies. Caroline Liinanki investigates
Following ATP’s acquisition of a controlling stake in the collapsed bank FIH, the Danish pensions industry fears it will start competing on the commercial pensions market.
After more than a decade at ATP, Bjarne Graven Larsen tells Anne-Louise Fogtmann about challenges facing the pensions industry and tells the story of ATP’s climb to success
PKA’s chief investment officer Michael Nellemann Pedersen tells Anne-Louise Fogtmann about the company’s investment plans and its focus on equities, private equity and infrastructure
Investments in Africa have caught the eye of several Danish pension funds, which have been increasing their investments across the continent.
Danish pension fund brings in a new wave of managers as it completes its lengthy tender process, writes James Redgrave
The DKr98bn (€13.1bn) Danish Sampension is preparing for Solvency II by eliminating expensive pension guarantees, which would force it to put aside significant sums as reserve capital.
LD Invest will seek to take advantage of the Nordic region’s shortage of top class global equity managers in order to make up for losing €3.9bn in Lønmodtagernes Dyrtidsfond’s tender exercise.