PFA boss lived on müesli and pasta to save for life in Hawaii

One of PFA 's executives who relaxes by doing "loops" and riding waves, turns 50 today. Even though the keen surfer was once a candidate for CEO, the title on his business card is not his highest priority, he tells AMWatch's sister site, FinansWatch.

Photo: PFA PR

It is difficult to imagine him with salt-watery hair, wearing a wet suit and standing on a surfboard in the company of surfer dudes, as he bids FinansWatch welcome to his executive office at PFA, wearing a freshly-pressed shirt, jeans and a blazer.

He tells about his career, his vocational focus and professional ambitions with both clarity and a relaxed sense of humor. 

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