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Sampension

Sampension is Denmark’s third largest pension manager. Sampension is a customer-owned community with around 300,000 customers who pay in more than DKK 8 billion annually. Sampension’s team includes approximately 300 employees and offer both labour market and company pensions

Country

Denmark

AUM ($B)

$46

Performance

4.9

Chief Executive

Hasse Jørgensen

Chief Investment Officer

Henrik Olejasz Larsen

Chair

Jørn Pedersen

Asset allocation
Asset Allocation is: Bonds etc. including interest rate hedging (35.4%), Listed Equities (25.3%), Real Estate, Land & Infrastructure (11.4%), Private Equity (4.7%), Commodities and Forestry (2.9%), Bonds etc. subject to credit risk (11.1%), Global macro funds (1.7%)

35.4% Bonds etc, including interest rate hedging

25.3% Listed equities

11.4% Real estate, land and infrastructure

11.1% Bonds etc. subject to credit risk

7.9% Inflation hedging

4.7% Private equity

2.9% Commodities and forestry

1.7% Global macro funds

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