Industriens Pension snatches new risk manager after just two months at Velliv

Danish pension fund Industriens Pension has hired a new head of the risk, leaving competitor Velliv after just two months. He replaces Carsten Gjede, who is joining the top management of Lærernes Pension.

Peter Mikael Lytje, new head of risk at Industriens Pension. | Photo: PR/Industriens Pension

Industriens Pension has hired Peter Mikael Lytje as the new head of risk. As the new head of risk at the DKK 199bn (EUR 26.8bn) Danish labor-market pension scheme for Industrial Employees, Lytje will head the department that assesses the risks associated with both investing and running a pension company.

Lytje comes from the risk function in Danish DKK 283bn (EUR 38.1bn) commercial pension company Velliv, where Lytje started working in February this year. Before that, he served as chief analyst with a focus on risk management at Danske Bank Asset Management. Until 2019 he spent 12 years at Danica Pension as an analyst, senior analyst and chief analyst.

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