PKA CIO comments on controversial resignation: We agreed on strategy

After months of controversy, the head of the Danish pension provider PKA now gives his own account of the series of resignations that occurred in the company's alternative investments department: We agreed upon strategy, but it is important to agree on both strategy and terms, he says to AMWatch's sister site, FinansWatch.

Michael Nellemann, CIO of the Danish pension provider PKA | Photo: PKA

Michael Nellemann, the CIO of the Danish pension provider PKA, now sets the course for the company's alternative investment department, PKA AIP. This follows the resignation the department's head and leading partner, Anders Dalhoff, who left the company in December following a dispute with the executive board.

PKA announced yesterday that the department will now divide into two independent companies, PKA AIP Private Funds and AIP Infrastructure. The division occurs as a consequence of Anders Dahlhoff's resignation, says CIO Michael Nellemann.

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