Danish Ship Finance in talks with pension funds on issuing joint credit

Danish Ship Finance is currently in talks with several compatriot pension funds concerning possible partnerships, in which the pension funds supply a portion of credit to selected shipping companies, ShippingWatch gathers.

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Danish pension funds might end up playing an even larger role in the shipping industry.

ShippingWatch learns that shipping bank Danish Ship Finance (DSF) is currently negotiating with several domestic pension funds regarding entering partnerships, wherein pension funds become active partners in extending credit facilities along with DSF.

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