Trade union economist to lead Pensiondanmark's responsible investment

Pensiondanmark is hiring a new head of responsible investments after the pension fund's former head of ESG left the to work at Danske Bank.

Jan Kæraa Rasmussen

Jan Kæraa Rasmussen, long-serving chief economist at LO – the Danish Confederation of Trade Unions – will head up Pensiondanmark's responsible investments, the pension fund writes in a press release.

As from 1 February, 54-year-old Rasmussen will be head of responsible investments at the fund, which manages labor market pension assets for members of several trade unions, including the United Federation of Danish Workers -- 3F.

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