Denmark's largest pension funds fear new financial crisis
The financial system is in ”critical” condition, say the CIOs of PFA and Danica, who think the market needs to stabilize.
by sofie højlund, translated by catherine brett
Decision-makers cannot sit on their hands while the situation on the financial markets escalates, but must utilize regulation tools, urge CIOs Poul Kobberup from Danica and Kasper Lorentzen from PFA, according to Danish business daily Børsen.
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