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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