For 19 years, the chief executive of PKA has tried to change a past regret

Peter Damgaard Jensen is retiring from his role as CEO of PKA, an event that has been in the works for a year. He has been balancing letting go of the company with continuing its development. In an interview with FinansWatch he talks about this process, reading women's magazines, and admits to being part of making some members' pension conditions worse.

Peter Damgaard Jensen has his last day at PKA at the end of February. | Photo: Charlotte de la Fuente/ERH

Unless something important happens, meaning he has to work at the weekend, Friday February 28 is Peter Damgaard Jensen's last day as CEO of PKA.

On Thursday, he had his last executive meeting, and shortly afterwards he welcomed FinansWatch into his office to talk about letting go of the pension savers he has been responsible for for almost 19 years.

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