29-year-old lawyer gives billion dollar advice at PFA: "It has been a steep learning curve"

Sebastian Thoning left legal firm Gorrissen Federspiel's M&A department in the fall to join PFA Asset Management, which manages PFA's billions, for example through real estate investments.

Sebastian Thoning was a lawyer at Gorrissen Federspiel before moving to PFA Asset Management in fall 2019. | Photo: PR

At pension fund PFA, alternative investments have only been going up over the past few years.

Over a period of just under 10 years, the alternatives portfolio has grown from EUR 695 million (DKK 5.2 billion) to EUR 5.9 billion (DKK 44.6 billion), and 23 employees currently work at the department.

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