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Denmark’s PFA shifts from bonds to US equity over euro-zone fears


DENMARK – Fund hopes bailout of Cyprus could be wake-up call for European singe currency.


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Opposition call for smoothing not ‘complete solution’ – IAPF


OTC derivative margins cause ‘imperfect’ hedging – Moody’s


Danish regulator forces fund to revalue property portfolio


Cyprus may revoke deposit protection for institutional clients

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How We Run Our Money: Swimming against the tide

Nina Röhrbein speaks to Jari Puhakka, CIO of Finland’s Etera Mutual Pension Insurance.


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Pensions in Germany: Forced into strategic moves


Occupational pension funds are adapting their investment strategies to continuing low-interest rates and the impending IORP Directive, reports Nina Röhrbein..


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On the record: Passive plays


Martin Koneberg, deputy head of alternatives at BVK in Germany, Inger Huus Pedersen, head of fixed income at PKA in Denmark and Bruno de Haas, head of policy and research at PNO Media in the Netherlands discuss their fund’s currency strategies.


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