Pension funds approaching saturation point for alternatives

With several years of investments in alternatives behind it, the pension sector has found common ground in terms of how it works with this sort of investment, says PFA CIO.
Chief Investment Officer at PFA, Kasper Ahrndt Lorenzen. | Photo: PR/PFA
Chief Investment Officer at PFA, Kasper Ahrndt Lorenzen. | Photo: PR/PFA
by mette mandrup, translated by katrine gøthler

Around one fourth of all current investments in Danish pension funds belong in the category of alternative investments. These include investments in wind farms, direct loans to companies, and private equity investments. 

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