Pensionskassers afkast på kapitalfonde ligger under tilfredsstillende niveau

Over de seneste ti år har de danske pensionskasser ikke opnået afkast som håbet på investeringer i kapitalfonde. I stedet ligger afkastene på niveau med det børsnoterede marked, skriver Inside Business.

Ralf Magnussen, investeringsdirektør i AP Pension | Photo: PR

Danske pensionskasser opnår ikke afkast, de selv anser for at være tilfredsstillende på deres investeringer i kapitalfonde. Og selv store kapitalfonde som Axcel, Polaris og Maj Invest har haft problemer med at overgå børsmarkedet. Det skriver Inside Business.

Investeringer i kapitalfonde vil altid indebære højere risiko end investeringer på det børsnoterede marked, skriver mediet, hvorfor pensionskasser og investorer generelt har en tommelfingerregel om, at kapitalfondenes afkast skal overgå afkastet på det børsnoterede marked med minimum fem pct. for at være godkendt.

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