In addition to ATP itself, the ATP Group also includes 26 subsidiaries that are all included in the consolidated financial statements.


Several of ATP's investment activities have been spun off into a number of subsidiaries. More specifically, the companies manage investments in real estate, infrastructure, private equities, forests and credit funds. In addition, ATP has two investment companies.

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Some of our subsidiaries with their own websites

Real estate

ATP Ejendomme A/S

This company carries out a total administration of the ATP Group’s directly owned investment properties in Denmark and around the world. The portfolio is owned by ATP and ATP Ejendomme A/S, respectively.

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ATP Real Estate

ATP Real Estate is responsible for ATP’s indirect real estate investments.

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Private equity

ATP Private Equity Partners

This company invests primarily in international equity funds.

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ATP Timberland Invest K/S

This company's primary objective is to invest (directly or indirectly) in forests – especially in countries within the OECD and the EU. The company also operates in forestry, assesses potential forest investments and manages the existing portfolio.

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This company is a general partner of the limited partnership ATP Timberland Invest K/S, which invests directly or indirectly in forested real estate. The company is also a general partner of the limited partnership ATP Alternative Investments K/S.

External mandates

ATP Invest

ATP Invest invests in high-yield bonds, which are bonds issued by companies with low credit ratings or by developing countries via external portfolio management contracts. Nykredit Portefølje Administration A/S is responsible for managing investments under ATP Invest.


PensionService A/S, an administration services company, is also part of the ATP Group. PensionService A/S offers administrative services to different business areas. The company can provide both administrative services and act as a customer consultant about either outsourcing part of the total operations or the whole lot.