Only one Danish pension film holding UK gilts amidst financial turmoil
The country’s largest pension companies hold limited British government debt, but the UK market turbulence and big rate hikes hit indirectly. It’s a serious situation ”reminiscent of the financial crisis”, says CIO.
BY ASKE MUFF, TRANSLATED BY DANIEL FRANK CHRISTENSEN
Denmark’s biggest pension companies have limited direct exposure to the tempest raging through the UK financial market these days.
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