Sampension posts record 2021 returns but sets sights far lower this year

Danish pension firm Sampension generated record returns and stuck to carbon emission reduction targets in 2021, but predictions for this year are less positive, says CEO Hasse Jørgensen.

Hasse Jørgensen, CEO, Sampension | Photo: PR/Sampension

Sampension generated returns totaling DKK 23.9bn (EUR 3.2bn) in 2021, more than double the DKK 11.5bn (EUR 1.5bn) it reported the preceding year. Returns for individual clients with the highest risk profiles reached up to 23.4 percent.

CEO Hasse Jørgensen ascribes this to good developments within private equity, where returns were around 60 percent.

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