Fixing deficit and weak returns will be new PFA chair's core task

Peder Hasslev, newly elected as PFA's board chair, points to three coming challenges facing the Danish pension giant, including how the group should manage future investments to ensure improved returns and avoid repeating its disappointing performance of 2020.

Peder Hasslev, who on a daily basis serves as CEO of Sweden's Saminvset, is elected as PFA's new board chair. | Photo: PFA / PR

Danish pension provider PFA's new board chair, Peder Hasslev, sees himself as more as a bulwark for maintaining continuity and facilitating evolution rather than a revolutionary seeking the alter the company's fundementals.

"I think PFA holds a strong position. It's a young, 103-year old organization that continues to see growth in inflows as well as having big ambitions," he tells AMWatch's Danish sister media, FinansWatch.

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