PFA looks to adjust investment strategy amid new CIO

A new CIO will allow PFA to better manage risk and ensure future yielded returns for the pension company's customers. The recruitment process has been long enough for ATP to get a new CEO in place.

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Hiring ATP's Kasper A. Lorenzen aims to better enable PFA Pension to manage risk in a challenging financial environment.

Lorenzen, brought in by PFA as new Chief Investment Officer, has previously helped design ATP's risk-based investment strategy, launched in 2015.

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