Embattled CEO of EUR 105 billion pension fund ATP steps down

Christian Hyldahl, CEO of Danish compulsory pension fund ATP, has resigned after becoming the center of a media storm.

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Correction: Please note that it was previously written in this article that the media storm Christian Hyldahl has been the center of was due to actions undertaken during Hyldahls time at Nordea asset management. This was wrong. It was during Hyldahls time at Nordea Markets. This has been corrected in the article.

The chief executive of Denmark's biggest pension fund, ATP, has told the fund's supervisory board of that he will resign.

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