Danish investor psychology remains risk-averse, with an eye on the investment horizon


Pensions funds in Denmark take direct and FoHF stakes post financial crisis

By Pirkko Juntunen

Charlotte Bonde Tamm Henrik Olejasz Larsen
Jesper Uttrup Martin Nørregård
It would be easy to start a story on Danish investment philosophy with that classic line from Hamlet, but that would be unfair as some of the world’s most committed hedge fund allocators reside in Shakespeare’s famously tragic home by the sea.

Some use the phrase ‘fragmented’ when describing institutional investor interest and assets committed in Denmark, but ‘committed’ would also be apt as the stance on hedge funds has not changed much