ATP speaks out against proposed investment limits

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DENMARK - Danish pension provider ATP has spoken out against a change to a proposed law which limits its investments in insurance companies.

Currently, ATP and pension manager LD are not allowed to hold controlling interests in banks and other financial institutions like insurance companies. But a law proposed last year would harmonise ...

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