Danish pension funds throttle down on insourcing

The insourcing of investments by Danish pension providers has lost a bit of steam.
Christian Lindstrøm Lage, CIO at PFA.
Christian Lindstrøm Lage, CIO at PFA.
Cathrine Kier

They are able and willing to do it themselves. But after years of insourcing large investment mandates in several of Denmark's pension funds, simplification is on the agenda, and the pressure on external investment managers has eased a bit.

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