Yet another major investor wants Maersk to explain scrapping policy

Danish pension fund PFA demands an explanation from Maersk, just as Nordea Wealth Management did, after the shipping group announced that it may disregard the EU shipbreaking regulations scheduled to take effect next year. The Danish Parliament will now look into the matter.

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Danish pension fund PFA, one of the largest shareholders in Maersk, is now also calling for an explanation of the shipping group's shipbreaking policy.

This demand comes after two other significant shareholders and pension funds, Nordea Wealth Management and KLP Kaptialforvaltning, voiced concerns last week about Maersk's declaration that the carrier was prepared to disregard the EU shipbreaking regulations which are set to come into force next year.

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