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ATP

ATP Group is Denmark’s largest pension and processing company, established by Danish Parliament by law in 1964. ATP Livslang Pension (Lifelong Pension) is a collective scheme with more than 5 million members. Based in Hillerød, ATP has around 3,000 employees working across three areas: managing pensions, investment and administration.

Country

Denmark

AUM ($B)

$156

Performance

23.3

Chief Executive

Bo Foged

Chief Investment Officer

Mikkel Svenstrup

Chair

Torben M. Andersen

Asset allocation
ATP runs an investment portfolio strategy based on risk factors rather than asset classes.

35% Equity Factor

35% Interest Rate Factor

15% Inflation Factor

15% Other Factors

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