DENMARK: Pension scheme raises Carlsberg holding
Denmark's largest pension scheme has upped its stake in Carlsberg.
The brewer confirmed today (25 November) that ATP and ATP Invest have increased their holding in Carlsberg to just over 7.7m shares.
The stake equates to 5.06% of the share capital and 1.69% of the voting rights in Carlsberg.
ATP is owned and run by the Danish government.
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