Lægernes Pension chief sees “no burning need” for pensions merger

Chresten Dengsøe, chief executive of the Lægernes Pension (the Danish Doctors’ Pension Fund), tells AM Watch why he is relaxed about whether the institution holds onto its independence or merges with another organisation.

Chresten Dengsøe, CEO of the Danish Doctors' Pension Fund. | Photo: PR

In a decade when many of Denmark’s labour market pension funds have merged with others, the Danish pension fund for doctors, Lægernes Pension, stands out as an independent.

But the fund’s chief executive Chresten Dengsøe tells AM Watch he would still back a merger if the figures stacked up.

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