Danish pension fund's new CIO needs to tackle two major challenges

Industriens Pension's new CIO, Peter Lindgaard, has to explain the savers to expect lower returns in the future while strengthening the level of sustainability in the funds' investment portfolio.

Peter Lindegaard thinks that his new job has head of investments is ideal

Industriens Pension was able to announce a replacement for their former CIO the day before he left, as they found a replacement from within the company. Peter Lindegaard was promoted in November, going from head of listed investments to the top job of chief investment officer, a role that suits him perfectly.

"Karsten (former CIO, edit) wanted to try and do his own thing as CEO, but I would like to be CIO because that is what I am good at. I want to go into depth with the investment side. That is what is interesting to me," says Peter Lindgaard, adding that the leadership element of the job is also exciting to him.

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