"Bad feeling" before the coronacrisis arrived benefitted PFA, despite large loss

PFA managed to reduce its equity exposure just before the corona crisis broke out. It has since been increased, but PFA is still only marginally exposed to a market which group CIO Kasper Lorenzen describes as being part of "a huge political experiment".

Kasper Lorenzen, group CIO, PFA | Photo: PFA

Although the financial market turmoil has still been felt by PFA's investments, group CIO Kasper Lorenzen is satisfied with the way PFA has handled the crisis, which he calls "a huge political experiment".

"There are several good things to be happy about in this situation, including how we entered the crisis and how we are navigating through it. We can definitely be satisfied about that," Lorenzen says.

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