Sampension brings administration of alternative investments in-house

The pension fund says it will now manage its own alternative investments to ensure that quality is high and costs are low.

Sampension is based in Hellerup, north of Copenhagen. | Photo: PR/Sampension

Danish pension fund Sampension is concluding its collaboration with Northern Trust and will now manage the administration of its alternative investments in-house, a press release reveals.

This means that the firm will now conduct its own cash-flow handling, price updates and valuation of investments, as well as dialog with funds and external managers.

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