Architect behind PFA's alternatives division has found important nut to crack

Peter Tind Larsen has helped establish PFA's unit for alternative investments, which is an area in which PFA has placed high stakes as of late. The obligation to deliver green returns, in particular, has provided him with a greater sense of responsibility.

PFA manages pension money for more than one million Danes, and recently, a much greater share of this wealth has been placed in things such as offshore wind farms, private equity and infrastructure than in traditional stocks and bonds.

When it comes to alternative investments, PFA's Peter Tind Larsen has been one of the drivers behind the pension giant's transformation.

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