ATP CEO: Returns are normalizing

Despite the first quarter's investment losses, measured over the longer-term, average returns will remain on a normal level, ATP’s CEO Christian Hyldahl tells AMWatch's sister site, FinansWatch. He still expects the pension fund to deliver future average returns on a par with the average it has generated over the last five years.

ATP's CEO Christian Hyldahl | Photo: ATP PR FOTO

Even though ATP produced negative returns in the first quarter of this year, the pension fund’s chief executive says the pension fund's investment strategy is robust. Because of this, he is not planning any changes in strategy, and predicts a future with normalized returns.

Christian Hyldahl explains this in an interview with AMWatch's sister site, FinansWatch.

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