Socially committed CEO turns 60 tomorrow

PFA Chief Executive Allan Polack reaches another milestone on May 4, quickly approaching the population segment he has put great effort into understanding during his career: the elderly.

PFA-direktøren bliver 60 år 4. maj. | Photo: PFA presse

In early 2015, a man with deep insights into the challenges of pensions was appointed as CEO of Danish pension fund PFA.

Before that, Allan Polack had worked many years in the financial sector – primarily at Nordea. But shortly before he was brought in by PFA, he had also been head of a working group that referred to the Center for European Studies, which provided input to top politicians in Brussels on how EU countries manage future pension-related challenges.

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