UK/DENMARK - Global Pensions editor Raquel Pichardo-Allison speaks to Morten Nilsson, head of ATP's international operations about the Danish pension fund manager's UK expansion plans.
"The UK is very interesting because a lot of people here are not saving enough and a lot of people are not saving at all. You have a reform process where...hopefully there will be auto- enrolment coming in 2012. We see this focus on the cost structures, this focus on investment results, so I think these changes will open the market up."
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